FREE: Guide to Gympie's hottest suburbs in The Gympie Times

Look out for SOLD ON in The Gympie Times on Wednesday.
Look out for SOLD ON in The Gympie Times on Wednesday. Donna Jones

THE Gympie property market is like a puzzle that is slowly being pieced together.

What experts in the field tell you can be different to what the statistical data indicates.

The waters of the property market can be murky, and so, we have tried to help.

Today The Gympie Times is publishing a landmark property magazine called Sold On.

The aim of the publication is to provide an in depth analysis of the region's property market, its trends and what buyers and investors can expect for the future.

This project is the first of its kind for Gympie region, and has been compiled using the most up-to-date data from CoreLogic.

Gympie's Sold On team has worked for several months to deliver a product that will give buyers, sellers and investors an objective and unique insight into what the regional market is doing.

Contained in the 24-page liftout is a market overview, where we have examined some of the key elements that make up the region's property scene.

We have also profiled key suburbs.

There is information on growth, population and current housing prices as well as unique insights into rental yields.

We have gone out of our way to not only speak with local experts, but some of Australia's biggest property heavyweights in order to give you a detailed snapshot of what the current state of play is.

Pick up your free Sold On Gympie magazine, only in today's Gympie Times.

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