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Uncovering the Top 50 Women in Real Estate for 2024

By Malavika Santhebennur
23 May 2024 | 9 minute read
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After crunching the numbers, REB is pleased to reveal the Top 50 Women in Real Estate for 2024.

Now in its ninth year, the annual ranking highlights the top-performing female agents across Australia who have set the benchmark for excellence.

It is produced jointly by Real Estate Business (REB) and its parent company Momentum Media, and is powered by research arm Agile Market Intelligence.

The ranking and associated report also offer deep insights into real estate trends illustrating how the top women in the industry made their property transactions throughout the 2023 calendar year, overcame challenges, and capitalised on opportunities.

This year’s ranking and sales figures have demonstrated the capabilities of the agents operating in tough conditions. Indeed, rising interest rates and property prices, and growing mortgage stress have brought concerns about housing affordability issues into sharper focus.

Nevertheless, the top 50 women in real estate sold 4,184 properties for a combined total value of $8.4 billion, while the top 10 agents sold 1,064 properties for almost $2.7 billion.

While the top 50 agents sold an average of 84 properties for $167.5 million, the top 10 agents sold 106 properties for $268.4 million.

The average sales price increased across the top 50 agents in line with overall growth in property prices, from $2.2 million in 2022 to $2.4 million last year.

The agents required 33 days on average to sell a property in 2023, while the top 10 agents sold their properties in 31.2 days, down from 34 in 2022.

The number one ranked agent this year was Abode Property Agents’ director and licensee Suzanne Hibberd, who climbed four positions from last year and sold 140 properties for a total value of $377.7 million in 2023.

The top 50 agents are ranked comparatively against their peers across three key metrics, including the number of properties sold, the total dollar volume of properties sold, and the average sales value across 12 months.

REB editor Grace Ormsby said it was an incredible year for Australia’s top female agents.

“This year’s Top 50 Women ranking showcases the agents spearheading excellence within the real estate profession.

“Despite a tough property market nationwide, these agents have clearly excelled in client relationships, marketing, and commitment to their craft.

“Well done to every single agent who made this list. Your efforts, discipline, and business acumen are worthy of recognition and reward.”

To view the full REB Top 50 Women in Real Estate 2024 ranking and report, click here.

Check out the recently released REB Top 50 Agents 2024 rankings across South Australia/Northern Territory, Western Australia, Queensland, Victoria, and NSW/ACT.

Click here to view the REB Top 100 Agents 2024 ranking.

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