Real estate in West Coast SA

Real Estate Agents in West Coast SA

West coast SA is home the the Eyre Peninsula and some of the most beautiful beaches and seafood in the Country.

Real estate agent fees in West Coast SA

Commissions vary in West Coast SA, from anywhere between 2.5% and 2.9%. Commissions are generally a reflection of the pace of the real estate market - where fees are higher, the property market is usually slower, which means agent generally have to work a lot harder to make a sale.

Keep in mind that commission rates are negotiable, so you are free to haggle on all costs - from marketing and advertising, through to the commission rate itself. Remember to choose an agent wisely - don’t just select an agent because they have the lowest fees. At the end of the day, what’s more important is ensuring you pick a talented agent who has your best interests at heart and who is able to sell your home for more.


Top real estate agents in West Coast SA

Over 940 properties that have recently been sold within the last 12 months have been evaluated by OpenAgent to identify West Coast SA's leading real estate agents.. We have 196 reviews on 20 different agents to help you make the most informed choice when choosing a real estate agent to sell your home.

Below are some of West Coast SA's award winning agents. They are the recipients of OpenAgent's Home Sellers Choice Awards, recognised for their excellent customer service and outstanding sale results.

Scott Bockmann

Reviews in the last 12 months: 2

Scott Bockmann - Home Seller Choice Awards Winner

Scott Bockmann recently sold a 0 bedroom land at 8 (Lot 4) Blue Crab Court, SA 5571 Ardrossan

David Bussenschutt

Reviews in the last 12 months: 2

David Bussenschutt - Home Seller Choice Awards Winner

David Bussenschutt recently sold a 0 bedroom land at 34 (Lot 22) Thomas Street, SA 5554 New Town

Michele Schoell

Reviews in the last 12 months: 2

Michele Schoell - Home Seller Choice Awards Winner

Michele Schoell recently sold a 3 bedroom house at 394 Jenkins Avenue, SA 5609 Whyalla Jenkins

Bronte George

Reviews in the last 12 months: 1

Bronte George - Home Seller Choice Awards Winner

Bronte George recently sold a 2 bedroom apartment at 1/21 Mccallum Street, SA 5605 Tumby Bay

Giuliana Gresty

Reviews in the last 12 months: 0

Giuliana Gresty - Home Seller Choice Awards Winner

Giuliana Gresty recently sold a 4 bedroom house at 12 Clayton St, SA 5558 Moonta Bay

Steve Prout

Reviews in the last 12 months: 0

Steve Prout - Home Seller Choice Awards Winner

Steve Prout recently sold a 3 bedroom house at 1 4 Hill Place, SA 5606 Port Lincoln

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West Coast SA property market

Around the West Coast of South Australia, median house prices have shown little change over the last few years. In contrast, sales have grown in reasonable increments. This indicates that, while the property market has been slow as of late, a rise is predicted to take place in the near future.

What’s it like living in West Coast SA?

South Australia's west coast is defined by the Yorke and Eyre Peninsula's which stretch out into the Southern Ocean and the sweeping Great Australian Bight, a marine paradise that makes up the far-west coast.

The Yorke Peninsula features many country towns, each with their own ocean views and unique histories. In fact, many of the towns in the region feature museums related to copper mining, and combined have come to be known as the copper coast. The Eyre Peninsula is home to a large agricultural population, with seaside towns having a strong focus on the fishing industry.

The largest city in the West Coast area, Port Lincoln, claims to be the seafood capital of Australia, with the whole coastline benefiting from cold nutrient-rich waters that support large fish populations. The region is plentiful in whiting, tuna and sardines, and the nearby Ceduna offers a yearly oyster festival. For those that like their fish a little bigger, Port Lincoln also provides cage diving experiences where you can come face to face with a Great White Shark.

The Great Australian Bight scoops out the next length of the West Coast. The area continues the oceanic-wildlife theme with large marine reserves that serve as a breeding area for sea lions and the endangered Southern Right Whale. The Nullabor Plain sprawls out the to the South-West of the state, a 1100 km stretch that holds the title for the world’s largest area of exposed limestone bedrock.

The plane, which borders the Great Victoria Desert is flat, barren and extremely dry, but epitomises outback Australia. It just goes to show the extreme variability in South Australia - from the countries most abundant food source to its longest stretch of dust.