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Find a buyer’s agent in Adelaide

Find a buyer’s agent in Adelaide to help you buy your dream home or investment property.


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The property market in Adelaide, just like in any other Australian capital city, is highly competitive. With increased demand for properties in the most popular locations, any advantage you can gain over other home buyers is a welcome boost.

That’s why you should consider getting help from a buyer’s agent when house hunting. A buyer’s agent can help you secure the property you want and negotiate the best possible price, so let’s look at how you can find a reputable buyer’s agent to help you buy a home in Adelaide.

How to choose the right buyer's agent

Before choosing a buyer’s agent, it’s vital that you research and compare a number of potential agents. By asking each agent about their qualifications, experience and knowledge of the Perth property market, you’ll be better placed to make an informed choice.

For more details, check out our comprehensive guide to choosing a buyer's agent

What are the fees for hiring a buyer's agent?

How much can you expect to pay for a buyer’s agent in Adelaide? That depends on how they charge their fees:

    • If your agent charges a flat fee, this could typically fall anywhere in the range from $5,000 to $15,000.
    • If your agent charges a fee calculated as a percentage of the property purchase price, this will usually be anywhere from 1% to 3%. For example, if you were buying a property at the median Adelaide dwelling price of $439,000, expect the fee to be somewhere between $4,390 and $13,170.

You should also be aware that while some buyer’s agents only require you to pay their fee once you have purchased a property, others will require you to pay an initial engagement fee and then cover the remaining costs once you have bought a home.Learn more in our in-depth guide to buyer's agent fees

How much does the average Adelaide property cost?

As at 31 March 2017, Adelaide’s median dwelling price was $439,000, which represented a 3.4% increase over the previous year. These rising property prices clearly demonstrate the importance of finding a trusted buyer’s agent to help you go house hunting. With a reputable agent on your side, you can gain a competitive edge over other home buyers and also rely on your agent to negotiate the best possible purchase price.

Popular Adelaide suburbs to buy a property


Postcode: 5086

Median sales price: $436,500

Located on the fringe of the city and boasting affordable living, Greenacres is a suburb on the rise. Its median sales price is $436,500, a 12-month increase of 3.1%.

Henley Beach

Postcode: 5022

Median sales price: $830,000

This beautiful coastal suburb has long been popular with Adelaide home buyers, and the recently redeveloped Henley Square has only increased demand. Henley Beach’s median sales price of $830,000 has increased just 0.7% in the past 12 months.


Postcode: 5032

Median sales price: $553,500

Located 2km west of the Adelaide CBD, Underdale is popular with young buyers and families. The median sales price of $553,500 has fallen 2.8% in the past 12 months.

Unley Park

Postcode: 5061

Median sales price: $1.6 million

This sought-after suburb on Adelaide’s southern fringe is home to some of Adelaide’s largest and most expensive homes. Its median sales price of $1.6 million has dropped 8.3% in the past 12 months.



Postcode: 5046

Median sales price: $445,000

With strong transport links and a great location close to the beach, Warradale is expected to see increases in property prices in the coming years. Its 12-month median sales price of $445,000 has increased 12.9% on the previous year.

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