Real estate in MacArthur/Camden

Real Estate Agent in MacArthur/Camden, NSW

Macarthur is a region in south-west of Sydney of New South Wales. It includes the local government areas of the City of Campbelltown, Camden Council and Wollondilly Shire, and an area of 3,067 square kilometres and has a population of close to 240,000 residents.

In the Macarthur/Camden area, there are currently 201 active agents. From this cohort, 114 agents have been reviewed. Collectively, they have sold a total of 5738 over the last year. Compare agent profiles to find the right person for you and your property, or book an appraisal today.

Most people don't sell properties every year. But for most of us, our property is our biggest asset, and selling for a good price makes a big impact on what we can afford next. That is why choosing the right real estate agent to represent you is a big and important decision. The best agents are not only better to work with, giving us confidence in a time that can be stressful; but they get better results, too. It is easy and free to find the best real estate agents in the MacArthur/Camden using OpenAgent. All you need to do is search in your suburb to find the best real estate agents. All active real estate agents are there, so you can easily compare them in one place. You can read their profiles, see what they have been selling, read customer reviews, and contact them all in just a couple of clicks.

Real Estate Agent Fees in MacArthur/Camden

The average real estate commission rate in the Macarthur/Camden area is approximately 1.97%. This is a little lower than the New South Wales average, which can vary anywhere between 2% and 2.5%. Remember that the above rates are an average only and the commission you pay may vary from suburb to suburb. Always remember to talk to agents about their commission structures and fees and negotiate on as many costs as possible. Commissions are not regulated in Australia, so as a result, all fees and costs are generally up for negotiation.

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Top agents in MacArthur/Camden

More than 5738 recently sold properties are evaluated by OpenAgent to identify MacArthur/Camden's most prominent agents. In MacArthur/Camden OpenAgent has 1322 reviews on 114 real estate agents.

Tim Ferguson recently sold a 4 bedroom house at 18 Mackenzie Place, NSW 2558 Kearns

Jeff Thompson recently sold a 5 bedroom house at 15 Homestead Circuit, NSW 2565 Macquarie Links

Elton Jardine recently sold a 3 bedroom house at 7 Malawa Place, NSW 2560 Bradbury

Brendan Lappan recently sold a 4 bedroom house at 14 Baldwin Close, NSW 2570 Ellis Lane

Steve Arentz recently sold a 4 bedroom house at 65 Chain-O-Ponds Circuit, NSW 2567 Mount Annan

Shaun Moss recently sold a 4 bedroom house at 5 Meredith Crescent, NSW 2560 St Helens Park

What's it like living in the Macarthur and Camden area?

Regarded as one of the fastest growing regions in the Sydney metropolitan area, the Macarthur and Camden area covers 3067 square kilometres and has an estimated population of over 300,000 people. Popular suburbs in the area include Liverpool, Campbelltown, Glenfield, Glen Alpine, Macquarie Fields, Harrington Park and Prestons. The semi-rural Wollondilly Shire sits at the foothills of the Blue Mountains and occupies most of the Macarthur-Camden area, while most of the population lives within Campbelltown and the surrounding suburbs, which is considered a satellite city.

The regions original inhabitants were the Tharawal people, and many significant sites remain in the area, including the Tharwal National Park in Campbelltown. Mount Annan Botanic Gardens, which opened in 1988 is currently the largest botanic garden in Australia, stretching 1.68 square kilometres. The park is home to an expansive collection of native plants as well as walking trails a restaurant and picnic areas with barbeque facilities, perfect for a Sunday afternoon. The spacious region contains many other parks and reserves making it an ideal compromise between city living and a peaceful getaway.

Macarthur/Camden is widley viewed as the area where Sydney city meets country New South Wales, although Campbelltown and Camden were once rural communities, they have seen considerable development within the last few years, with the addition of many multi-level apartment buildings in their respective town centres. Still, the region remains desirable for those who require large family homes but prefer to avoid the prices of the inner city.