About Us

By combining local knowledge and experience with the support of a trusted and respected national real estate network, we now enjoy a reputation as the local real estate marketing experts that clients, friends and family recommend with confidence. At Elders Real Estate your success is important to us. Selling and buying property can be an emotional and stressful time. That is why it is important that you select an agent who you like and trust, an agent with the backing of over 160 years of service. Our associates are fully trained property experts whose commitment is to always work in your best interest. Occasionally agents will only offer you one strategy for selling your home. At Elders Sunshine Coast we listen to you and give you choice. A strategy can be tailored with the aim of achieving your desired outcome.

ELDERS NAMBOUR
The youngest member of the Elders Central Sunshine Coast stable, Nambour Office hit the ground running. The office officially opened on 5th September 2006 and is the fourth office to be opened by Diana Davidson. The office has an experienced team who share their commitment to provide a superior level of Real Estate service to the Nambour community. 

ELDERS MALENY HINTERLAND
Keeping with the rural position of Elders the coverage of sea-change to tree-change and visa versa. Covers the townships and areas of the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, consistently achieving recognition for sales records in Elders Regional and National Awards.

ELDERS MOOLOOLABA
Located in Smith Street, Elders flagship office was founded by Diana Davidson and Allan Purvey more than 10 years ago. Today the office (and the company itself) is an integral and established part of Mooloolaba. Elders Mooloolaba agents are recognised as some of the Sunshine Coast’s most respected, with a service ethos matched only by their detailed knowledge of the Sunshine Coast property market.

Elders Mooloolaba is a multi award winning office at both the national and state levels, winning the top office for Queensland in 2001, 2002 and 2003.


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