TRAVEL and open home restrictions have not stopped savvy buyers from parting ways with their fortunes to buy million-dollar homes on the Coast.
Since early April Queensland real estate agents have been unable to host open homes or on-site auctions, forcing many to opt for one-on-one inspections instead.
But that changed last weekend, when the State Government lifted restrictions and allowed open homes with no more than six people.
Rob Williams, of Rob Williams Real Estate, said while interstate and Brisbane buyers were unable to view Coast properties under the short-term rules, some homes were still being snapped up for more than seven-figure sums.
Mr Williams - who has sold properties at Shelly, Dicky and Moffat Beach for 14 years - recently had one of his listings, 31 Edmund St at Shelly Beach, snapped up for $1.345 million.
The five-bedroom home was purchased by an international buyer who had family in the area and inspected the home before the travel ban.
Mr Williams said before restrictions he would do up to seven open homes every Saturday.
Now, he said there were fewer buyers in the market, with those who were "on the fence" reluctant to book a one-on-one inspection.
"The travel restrictions mean we're not getting the same number of people through, but there are still serious buyers," he said.
"There's just less people fighting over a property."
Here are just a handful of Sunshine Coast properties which sold for more than $1 million since April:
31 Edmund St, Shelly Beach
This architecturally designed home in the heart of Shelly Beach sold this month for $1.345 million by Rob Williams.
The property boasts expansive Pacific Ocean views, five bedrooms, three bathrooms and an indoor garden feature.
123 Thompson Rd, Dulong
Set on 25 acres in the hinterland, 123 Thompson Rd is described as the ultimate lifestyle property, with potential to make an income off a second residence located on the land.
It features three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a swimming pool, 180-degree coastal views, and professionally-landscaped fruit orchards, herb and vegetable gardens.
The home was sold by Villa Prestige Properties last month for $1.2 million.
12 Fountain Rd, Buderim
The four-bedroom, two-bathroom home at 12 Fountain Rd was sold by TM Estate Agents for $1.251 million last month.
The modern home has a feeling of space and privacy and is located on Buderim's northeast escarpment. There are spacious open plan living and dining areas, a cosy fireplace and undercover alfresco dining.
7/36 Burnett St, Mooloolaba
This Burnett St unit in the heart of Mooloolaba was snapped up for a cool $1.45 million last month.
Ray White Mooloolaba's listing of the property said the unit was fitted with high-end quality fixtures and expands the entire length of the building.
They said it exudes luxury and would be perfect for a homeowner or investor.
The level four unit has two bedrooms, two bathrooms and two patio areas.
18 Coorumbong Close Mooloolaba
This family home on the waterfront sold for $1.3 million last month after it was listed by Next Property Group.
The two-storey home has plenty of space, five large bedrooms upstairs, two with private balconies and two studies on the ground floor.
There's a feeling of extra space downstairs too, with the ceiling height an impressive four metres.