Lee Sutherland

I have developed a lifelong passion for real estate after purchasing my first property at age 18, and my enthusiasm has not abated, it continues to grow stronger, eventually evolving into a successful career. After building my own personal property portfolio over many years, I have first-hand knowledge of how both buyers and sellers think, and this experience has been one of the keys to my ongoing success. Ranking in the top 20 nationally in 2013 for achieving a high volume of transactions, I have carved a name for himself amongst my peers not just locally, but nationally. I hold a full real estate license and Auctioneers license and also have tertiary qualifications in Business; I uses my knowledge to assist my clients to achieve their goals, and with my outstanding negotiation skills it enables me to secure even the most challenging deal.

Sunshine Coast Property Market Update – January 2017

Last week the Real Estate Institute of Queensland (REIQ) CEO Antonia Mercorella reported that confidence in the local market remains positive and that experts are listing the Sunshine Coast as the Queensland region with the largest potential in 2017. This is attributed partly to the massive infrastructure works being undertaken in the region including: the…Read More→

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Important Changes to QLD Smoke Alarm Legislation

From January 01 2017 there are important changes to Queensland’s Smoke Alarm Legislation which ALL Queensland property owners need to be aware of; compliance is mandatory.  All Queensland dwellings will be legally required to have interconnected photoelectric smoke alarms in all bedrooms and in hallways that connect bedrooms with the rest of the dwelling. This

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How To Value Property

These days everyone has an opinion on real estate; many like to tell real estate agents at BBQs and other social events how much their property is worth, how their neighbour ‘under sold’ and got ‘ripped off’ and so on…it’s practically a national sport! However, actually placing a price on a property clearly requires some

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Significant Decline in Chinese Investment Reported

According to Knight Frank’s Head of Research and Consulting, Australia, Mr Matt Whitby, Chinese investment in Australian showed a 37% decline YoY decline (Year on Year) in 2016 due to the absence of mega deals secured in 2015.  The US is now firmly established as the most important destination for Chinese capital, having attracted US$5.1 billion

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