Real estate in Darwin

Real Estate Agents in Darwin

There are over 421 agents in over 140 agencies in Darwin. Stuart Park is one of the most popular suburbs in the city with competition between over 144 agents, this represents a significant portion of the 902 properties sold every year in Darwin.

Real estate agent fees in Darwin

The average real estate agent commission in Darwin is 2.78%, which is just over the Australian national average. When choosing an agent, it's important to understand that commissions and other real estate fees are up for negotiation. While it may be tempting to choose a Darwin agent based on price alone, it's important to do your research to ensure you're choosing an agent with a track record of success.

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Darwin property market

Somewhat curiously, Darwin is subject to a seasonal property price volatility that can be attributed to the wet-dry fluctuations. This has been somewhat minimised in recent years, however, this coupled with a relatively small sample size can make predicting the property market notoriously difficult.

Despite its popularity there are still a number of suburbs with relatively affordable homes. Particularly in the areas of Palmerston, Woodroffe and Farrar. Palmerston is a local community 15 minutes from the centre of Darwin with a bustling young professional environment. Another notable area is Larrakeyah, which is blessed with cool ocean breezes and a breathtaking beachfront.

What’s it like living in the Darwin?

The vast majority of the Northern Territory's population is centred around the capital city of Darwin. In fact, over half of the territory's population calls this warm, tropical and northerly city home.

The city is home to a thriving and bustling tourism industry, as well as a rich night market culture that is popular with both residents and visitors alike. Given that the city is quite small, it boasts a tightly-knit community, due to its rural and remote location. To put this into context, Broome is over a 20 hour drive away.

The city is a perfect example of wild Australia. While its centre is very modern, its surrounds are home to a mind-boggling ecosystem of Australian wildlife, including crocodiles and over 400 species of birds. If you're into nature, then you'd probably think the top end is paradise, with an abundance of rainforests, beaches, mangroves, islands, national parks, waterfalls and hiking trails right on your doorstep.