Real estate in Queensland

  • Median days on market 42
  • Median sale price $487K
  • Number sold 4059
  • Annual growth 2%
  • Total listing 50041
  • Change in rental rate 0%
  • Number of agents 8637
  • Median rent 400pw
  • Median days on market 60
  • Median sale price $372K
  • Number sold 1421
  • Annual growth -1%
  • Total listing 16398
  • Change in rental rate 3%
  • Number of agents 8637
  • Median rent 370pw

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Real Estate Agents in Queensland

Located in Australia's north east, Queensland (QLD) is the second largest state by land mass. It covers a vast 1.7 million square kilometres of land and accommodates for approximately 5 million residents. Unlike Sydney and Melbourne, Queensland is popular for its warm weather, lower costs of living and cheaper property prices. For these reasons, many Australians have over the years made the move to the sunshine state - with Mackay, Gold Coast, Noosa and Brisbane being the primary choices of relocation. In terms of the Queensland real estate market, the economy is highly driven by trends in tourism, mining and interstate migration - each influencing various parts of the state differently. There are 8637 Real Estate Agents in Queensland.

More than 62261 recently sold properties are evaluated by OpenAgent to identify Queensland's most prominent agents. . The region of Queensland with the most sales was Brisbane. In Queensland OpenAgent has 31309 reviews on 2323 real estate agents.

Median property price for property in QLD

Queensland has been garnering a reputation for being a young buyer's market. While other capital cities on Australia's east coast are in the grips of a housing affordability crisis, there's still plenty of opportunity to snap-up an apartment for under $400k in the bustling regions of Greater Brisbane and the Gold Coast.

While the state median house and unit prices are both under $500k, keep in mind that from region to region, this can vary.

QLD OpenAgent Seller Sentiment

Compared to other states across Australia, seller sentiment in Queensland has remained relatively stable for the past few quarters, which is a reflection of the state's steadier market trends. We are however seeing a slight upward trend in sentiment, which indicates that sellers believe that property prices are likely to increase in the next 6 months. The June index sits at +3.9, which was the second-highest in the nation after SA.

Real estate agent fees in QLD

While real estate agent commission rates are negotiable, the average Queensland commission rate is approximately 2.78%, however depending on what suburb you are selling a property in, that commission rate will vary. Commission rates are up for negotiation, so it's important to interview all shortlisted agents to understand their fee structures and what's included in their overall rate. Some agents, for example, cover marketing and advertising in their overall commission rate, while others will offer the service at an additional cost to the seller. To estimate the average commission rate for your local area, use our commission calculator below.
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Top agents in Queensland

More than 62261 recently sold properties are evaluated by OpenAgent to identify Queensland's most prominent agents. In Queensland OpenAgent has 31309 reviews on 2323 real estate agents. These are the Home Sellers Choice Award winning real estate agents in Queensland.

Leisa Le recently sold a 4 bedroom house at 66 Banksia Circuit, QLD 4078 Forest Lake

Tank Lee recently sold a 3 bedroom house at 10 Ashfield Street,, QLD 4305 North Ipswich

Cheryl Paradise recently sold a 3 bedroom house at 2 Abill Court, QLD 4115 Algester

Andrew Oostenbrink recently sold a 4 bedroom house at 9 Appleton Street, QLD 4152 Carindale

Rudy Grommen - Principal recently sold a 3 bedroom house at 205 Redbank Plains Road, QLD 4300 Bellbird Park

Solomon Soner recently sold a 4 bedroom house at 6 Kinross Road, QLD 4164 Thornlands

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