Real estate in Canberra

Real Estate Agents in Canberra

There are over 929 agents in over 295 agencies in Canberra. Kambah is one of the most popular suburbs in the city with competition between over 307 agents, this represents a significant portion of the 8949 properties sold every year in Canberra.

Real estate agent fees in Canberra

If you’re looking to sell a property, there’s a number of fees that you’ll need to be aware of. Real estate agent commissions are the most substantial of these fees, but in addition, you’ll need to consider things like marketing, advertising and pre-sale renovations and repairs before you sell.

The average agent commission rate in Hunter, Central & Northern NSW sits at around 2.78%. Commissions are however, negotiable. When you start speaking to agents, ask them how much they charge, so you can compare. Some agents will also roll their advertising and marketing costs into their commission rate, so be sure to be thorough when you interview them to find out what their fees include.

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Top agents in Canberra

More than 8949 recently sold properties are evaluated by OpenAgent to identify Canberra’s most prominent and successful agents. In Canberra, OpenAgent has 920 reviews on 108 real estate agents, helping you to make the right choice when it comes to appointing an agent to sell your property. The Canberra real estate agents below are recipients of OpenAgent’s Home Sellers Choice Awards.

Sharon Schnyder recently sold a 4 bedroom house at 41 Archdall Street, ACT 2615 Macgregor

Mark McCann recently sold a 4 bedroom house at 28 Stopford Crescent, ACT 2904 Fadden

Greg Ward recently sold a 4 bedroom house at 62 Rusten Street, NSW 2620 Queanbeyan

Tim and Annabelle McInnes recently sold a 4 bedroom house at 8 Flierl Place, ACT 2615 Flynn

Jeff Shortland recently sold a 4 bedroom house at 22 Douglas Waterhouse Drive, ACT 2615 Dunlop

Gillian Thorn recently sold a 3 bedroom house at 13 Kavel Street, ACT 2607 Torrens

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Canberra property market

Canberra’s median house price is comparatively lower than some of Australia’s other capital cities, making it more affordable for buyers to get into the market and get more bang for their buck. Canberra is considered to be one of Australia’s economic hotspots, boosted by a growing and employed population. It’s because of this that Canberra is expected to remain as one of Australia’s real estate hot spots. With reasonable low-priced housing, both investors and owner-occupiers are flocking to Canberra with promises of long-term capital growth and decent rental returns.

What's it like living in Canberra?

Canberra is a green, sprawling city centred around the focal point of Lake Burley Griffin. It’s a well-planned out city, which bodes well for commuting or simply getting from a to b. Canberra’s roads are rarely congested, with the exception of national holidays or annual events such as Floriade, which interstate tourists tend to flock to. In fact, in 2018, Canberra was named by Lonely Planet as the third-best city in the world to visit.

The city is an ideal place for families and is increasingly popular amongst interstate and international students, with Australian National University being considered one of the top universities in the world. The city is also perfect for those who like to get outdoors with plenty of walking, hiking and cycling trails on offer. Whether you like the beach or the snow, either are within easy reach, being just a 1.5 hour drive away.