The REB Top 50 Women in Real Estate 2022 has been revealed.
The REB Top 50 Women in Real Estate acknowledges and celebrates the hard work of the high-performing, benchmark setting female residential real estate agents operating throughout Australia.
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“There is an abundance of female talent in the Australian real estate industry who are dedicated, successful, and passionate about what they do, setting the standards for all real estate professionals and forging the path for other women in the industry.”
“Realtair is thrilled to be partnering with REB in 2022 to celebrate all the wonderful women in the industry and acknowledge their significant contribution to the Australian property market. We look forward to being a part of this initiative and showcasing the female agents leading the way in Australian residential sales.”
Peter Matthews, CEO of Realtair
TOTAL NUMBER OF SALES
At a time of supreme strength and growth in the Australian property market, the ranking aims to empower more female agents to win more listings as well as achieve the recognition they deserve.
The listed agents are given industry-wide recognition for their achievements. With the rankings not only celebrating star female performers across Australia, but also recognising their contribution to setting strong professional performance standards within the country.
Total value of sales
Further analysis reveals that the top 10 Australian female agents accumulated $2.8 billion in sales from 1,301 total transactions in 2021.
The Top 50 Women in Real Estate Australia ranking homes in on agents operating across the country, while using the same metrics to generate REB’s Top 100 Agents and Top 50 state-based rankings.
Metrics used include the number of properties sold, the total dollar volume of properties sold and the average sale value. Each agent is ranked comparatively across these three metrics against their peers, with the combined comparative score used to determine the top-ranked Australian agents.
By re-visiting these rankings annually, valuable insight into the trends, opportunities and challenges that are affecting all of Australia’s property markets will come to light.
Data collated as part of the 2022 rankings process uncovered what it takes to become a top performing real estate agent. Through scrutinising this data we are able to paint a picture of what it takes to become a top performing female real estate agent in Australia. For example, a top 50 female agent in Australia has an average of 17 years of experience and employs the help of 2 support staff. These agents averaged 105 sales throughout 2021
Additionally, a top 10 female agent in Australia has an average of 22 years of experience and utilises the help of 2 support staff. Australia’s top 10 female agents also achieved an average of 130 sales across 2021.
AVERAGE SALES PER AGENT
The 2022 ranking sheds light on how the Australian property market performed during a tough pandemic-impacted year.
The average sale price achieved by a top 50 agent was $1,703,719, an approximately $400,000 increase on the previous year's mean price, with each property spending an average of 28 days on the market.
Additionally, the top 50 agents managed, on average, $178,232,820 in property sales throughout the 2021 calendar year.
Australia’s top 10 female agents achieved an impressive mean sales price of $2,160,959, an approximately $90,000 increase on the previous year, with each property sold by a top 10 female agent spending, on average, 28 days on the market.
These agents totalled an average of $281,032,694 in total property sales over the year.
|Rank||Agent Name||Company||Suburb(s) serviced||State||Years in industry||Support staff||Average days on market||Residential property listings secured||Residential properties sold||Total value of residential properties sold||Average sale price|
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