Real estate in South East VIC

Real Estate Agents in South East VIC

South-Eastern Victoria includes the former Southern Metropolitan and Gippsland regions. From the white beaches and wineries of the Mornington Peninsula to lush valleys and pristine coastal landscapes.

Real estate agent fees in South East VIC

In South East Victoria, commission rates can vary anywhere between 2.2% and 2.9%, depending on the suburb. In suburbs where the market is more active, commission rates tend to be a little lower. Where the commission is higher, this is usually due to a market being a little slower, where agents have to work a lot harder to make a sale.

Commissions in Australia are not regulated, so as a result, it’s normal to negotiate costs with any shortlisted agents. When you start interviewing agents, make sure you find out what’s included in their commission rate. Some agents will choose to include marketing and advertising in their commission rates while others will charge for these services at an extra cost.


Top real estate agents in South East VIC

Over 6929 properties that have recently been sold within the last 12 months have been evaluated by OpenAgent to identify South East Victoria's leading real estate agents.. We have 295 reviews on 66 different agents to help you make the most informed choice when choosing a real estate agent to sell your home in this region.

Below are some of South East Victoria'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.

Karen McCormick

Reviews in the last 12 months: 6

Karen McCormick - Home Seller Choice Awards Winner

Karen McCormick recently sold a 4 bedroom house at 16 Flinders Road, VIC 3816 Longwarry

Dale Atkin

Reviews in the last 12 months: 2

Dale Atkin - Home Seller Choice Awards Winner

Dale Atkin recently sold a 3 bedroom house at 1/11 Stockman Way , VIC 3816 Longwarry

Lynne Martin

Reviews in the last 12 months: 2

Lynne Martin - Home Seller Choice Awards Winner

Lynne Martin recently sold a 3 bedroom apartment at 3/56 Drouin Road, VIC 3816 Longwarry

Rachel Kobiela

Reviews in the last 12 months: 1

Rachel Kobiela - Home Seller Choice Awards Winner

Rachel Kobiela recently sold a 3 bedroom house at 37 Kurt Street, VIC 3840 Morwell

Bret Ward

Reviews in the last 12 months: 1

Bret Ward - Home Seller Choice Awards Winner

Bret Ward recently sold a 3 bedroom house at 18 Riches Rd, VIC 3875 Sarsfield

Dennis van Reyk

Reviews in the last 12 months: 1

Dennis van Reyk - Home Seller Choice Awards Winner

Dennis van Reyk recently sold a 0 bedroom land at 0, VIC 3875 Eastwood

See all winners

South East VIC property market

With the slowing down of the metropolitan property market in Melbourne, regional suburbs in South East Victoria are becoming increasingly popular for buyers. The affordable living costs, together with the rapid development of the region, has seen a stable growth in their market demand and median house prices.

Interestingly enough, the surge did not only come from investors, but also a great diversity of buyers - ranging from young families to retirees. Investors are not out of place here either, with plenty of demand for homes within the region’s family and schooling belts.

What’s it like living in South East VIC?

Stretching across the outer suburbs of Melbourne all the way to Wellington, the South Eastern region of Victoria is a melting pot of urban development and the grandeur elements of nature. Within the metropolitan city, the South Eastern suburbs of Melbourne are home to a multicultural community of approximately 1.2 million people.

As a cohort, they continue to rapidly grow and represent almost one quarter of the state’s total population. To foster this expansion, the infrastructure in this area is as diverse as they are plentiful - ranging from motor race courses and police academies, to university campuses and an array of industrial estates.

Outside of Melbourne’s outer ring, however, the highlights lie within the breathtaking scenery - where picturesque coastlines and majestic cliffs paint the backdrop for regional suburbs. Drive along the South Gippsland Highway and you’ll pass the beautiful Victorian beaches and pockets of lush biodiversity.

Diverge off the Bass Highway and you'll be acquainted with the wildlife at Phillip Island. Regardless of what you choose to do, you’ll never be short of an adventure in the South Eastern region.