VOTE NOW: Coast’s best real estate agent for 2020
Whether you're selling your fourth home, looking to invest or are a first homebuyer, navigating your way through the property market can be a daunting experience.
The Sunshine Coast has a huge real estate industry and there are hundreds of agents shifting properties every day.
That's why the Daily is on the hunt for the region's best agent for 2020 - the one who comes most recommended and has helped buyers and sellers.
On Monday, the Daily put a call-out on social media to find the Coast's best agent as part of its Best of the Sunshine Coast series, and was inundated with nominations.
More than 200 people jumped at the chance to recommend their favourite agent.
The search has been narrowed down to the top 28 agents in the region. Now, it's up to you to decide the winner.
Voting is now open to name this year's best real estate agent on the Sunshine Coast.
Is there someone you think deserves to be in the list? Add their name in the comments below!
Who's the Sunshine Coast's best real estate agent for 2020?
This poll ended on 28 September 2020.
Jordan Barden, Define Property Agents
Jaryd Hunter, Local Agent Caloundra
Grant Smith, Century 21
Andrew Johnson, imsold property
Henry & Nina Real Estate
Rachel Meyers, Ray White Bli Bli
Property Lane Woombye
Mitch Lund, Elite Lifestyle Properties
Jess Ruskin, Amber Werchon Property
Tristan Brown, Amber Werchon Property
Louis D'Espagnac, Coronis
Matt Glynn, Code Property Group
Kristy Cannon, Ray White Mountain Creek
Brent Higgins, Ray White Mooloolaba
Kelly and Dan, Rowling & Co Property
Richard Jones, Jackson Jones
Karen Nicholas, TM Estate Agents
Linc Parsons, North Shore Realty
Greg Turnbull, Define Property
Jonathon Cameron, North Shore Realty
Jake Mackay, Ray White Caloundra
Grant Whisker, Define Property
Shaun Hammill, McGrath Real Estate
Carissa Spicer, Online Property Sales
Darren Martens, Century 21
Jason Stock, RE/MAX
Tanya Mungomery, TM Estate Agents
Peter Chant, Ray White Nambour
This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.