South East Queensland has a mega weekend of auctions as the real estate boom continues | 7NEWS

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It’s been a mega weekend of auctions in the south east, with 130 homes going under the hammer on the Gold Coast today.

And, there’s no sign of the real estate market slowing as prices continue to exceed expectations.

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