Real Estate Agents in Adelaide
Adelaide OpenAgent Seller Sentiment
After having dropped -0.4 points to an index of 3.7 last quarter, Adelaide has recorded an increase of +1.5 points in Q4 2019. This now takes their index to 5.2, placing the city second to Melbourne with the highest sentiment.
This lift indicates an increase in confidence among home sellers that property prices will continue to increase over the next 6 months.
Real estate agent fees in Adelaide
When you put a property on the market for the first time in Australia, you may be surprised to learn that in addition to the real estate agent’s commission fees, there are additional expenses that you also need to cover. Some of which you may not have even thought about, such as GST, marketing and advertising. This can all add up. But while it may be tempting to find an agent who charges a lower commission, it’s important to bear in mind that you’ll usually be far better off investing a little bit more money for an agent who will work hard for you and deliver on their promises. This will not only take the stress out of selling your home, but it will also get you a higher sale price.
In Adelaide, the average real estate agent’s commission rate is 2.1%. In other areas, however, you may find lower charges due to the competition between agents. For example, the average rate in Brighton is 2%. While in Glenelg, it sits at about 1.94%. The commission an agent charges you for the sale of your property is dependent on a number of factors. Because of this, it’s important to always negotiate the terms and conditions of your agreement with your agent. This will inform you on how the commission will be structured, what costs will be covered and what the responsibilities of each party will be.
Top real estate agents in Adelaide
Over 37775 properties that have recently been sold within the last 12 months have been evaluated by OpenAgent to identify Adelaide’s leading real estate agents.. We have 3708 reviews on 473 different agents to help you make the most informed choice when choosing a real estate agent to sell your home.
Below are some of Adelaide’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.
Mike Lao recently sold a 2 bedroom unit at 16/24 Ponton Street, SA 5108 Salisbury
Matt Sergeant recently sold a 4 bedroom house at 38 Banff Street, SA 5110 Burton
Tom Hector recently sold a 2 bedroom unit at 4/289 Glynburn Road, SA 5068 St Morris
Rosemary Auricchio recently sold a 3 bedroom townhouse at 8 Waterford Circuit, SA 5085 Lightsview
Nick Psarros recently sold a 4 bedroom house at 24 Brougham Place, SA 5014 Cheltenham
Andrew Rose recently sold a 4 bedroom house at 11 Fatchen Close, SA 5116 Evanston Park
Adelaide property market
Following general Australian property market trends, Adelaide has seen a slight cooling in the market but in comparison to other capital cities, could be described as ‘slow and steady.’
The city is brimming with affordable options for first home buyers and investors to enter the market, with many choosing to purchase on the city fringe. Encouraged by affordability and high yields, interstate investors are also circling the Adelaide market in search of character and heritage homes to put on the rental market. All in all Adelaide offers a modest price tag for a variety of properties - offering investors a low risk venture with opportunistic returns.
What’s it like living in Adelaide?
Adelaide could be one of Australia’s best kept secrets. From its world-class contemporary design and its heritage listed blue-stone houses through to the sprawling Barossa Valley wine region being just a stone’s throw from the city, there’s plenty to love about this South Australian city.
Adelaide has a big country town vibe, but that doesn’t mean it’s boring. Far from it actually. Apart from affordable housing and a lower cost of living, there’s a diverse wine and food culture on offer with the Adelaide Hills, McLaren Vale, Langhorne Creek and of course, the Barossa all being within a relatively short distance. It’s also a very outdoorsy city, with world-class beaches, hiking and walking trails literally on your doorstep.
The city has in recent years also doubled-down on culture, with the annual 31 day Adelaide Fringe Festival being an international drawcard during February and March. And a particularly fun fact: Prospect, a suburb 5 km north of Adelaide has one of the fastest internet speeds in Australia.