GOLD Coast property experts have urged prospective buyers to follow the light rail track for massive gains.
It comes after the Gold Coast Bulletin revealed this week how average Joes were cleaning up in the Southport property market as developers squabbled over land in the Priority Development Area — with some owners doubling their investment in four years.
Fox Realty principal Mick Flynn, who predominantly sells in Southport, said property along the light rail track was work up to $80,000 more since the line was built in 2014.
He said clever buyers should watch where the light rail stage two is being built and poach any houses overlooking the line.
Story from the Gold Coast Bulletin