Real Estate Agents in Central Coast

Avoca Beach Panorama, Central Coast, Australia, Sea view with people on the white sandy beach. Background is some beach houses and trees.

According to statistics released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics and published by the Real Estate Institute of Australia, roughly 12,729 estate agents do business in the state of New South Wales, working for more than 20,000 real estate establishments.

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Modern real estate in the Central Coast

The 2016 census found that the Central Coast is made up of 121,041 occupied private dwellings. The majority of these (78.5%) of these are separate houses, with 12.4% and 7.6% of these being semi-detached houses and flats or apartments respectively.

Similar to Sydney, the Central Coast property market has seen a spike over the past few years, although more recent studies have shown that the market has normalised. Strong investment from nearby Sydney keeps the market relatively stable, and a high demand for residential properties has also seen a strong land value increase.

Commission structures in the Central Coast can be divided into fixed or tiered commission, according to the terms that are negotiated with the agent. The agent commission rate in the Central Coast is 2.33% on average, but commission rates may vary.

A haven just outside the city

I have always had, as I know many people have, a singular passion for Australia. I do love the sunburnt country, its ancient landscapes, its exhilarating reaches of sand and sea.
– Peter Garret

Located a short 90-minute drive from Sydney, the Central Coast is distinctly different from the capital of New South Wales and the Hunter Valley in which it’s located – think of the Central Coast as the less urban, less industry-driven stepsister. But she certainly isn’t ugly.

A temperate oceanic climate means summers are warm and winters are mild, which is good news for beach lovers. One of the less developed and naturally beautiful beaches even shares a name with a very popular South American destination: Copacabana. The suburb of Terrigal is particularly popular for diving and surfing, but, as its name suggests, the entire Central Coast’s coastal proximity makes it a popular tourist destination.

Facts about the Central Coast

  1. The Central Coast spans a region of 566.2 square kilometres.
  2. The area has a population of 307,742 people.
  3. The city sports Erina Fair, which is the largest single-level shopping mall in the Southern Hemisphere. First opened in 1987, it has over 330 stores.
  4. The Central Coast can lay claim to the theatre that was voted the best independent regional theatre in Australia in 2008, 2010, 2011 and 2012
  5. the Avoca Beach Picture Theatre.
  6. The Pretty Beach House, which can be found a quick five-minute walk from Broken Bay, is an exclusive six-star guesthouse that is very popular among tourists.

Architecture in the Central Coast

To many visitors, it would seem that the Central Coast is found wanting when compared to Sydney or Newcastle’s historical architecture. However, the suburb of Gosford has some architectural highlights. Among these are the Hotel Gosford, dating from 1926, St. Mary’s, which was built in 1858, and the Henry Kendall Cottage, which dates from 1840. Gosford’s funeral home was built in the Art Deco style in 1938 and is well worth a look.

Finding the right real estate agent in the Central Coast

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