Australia’s Best Real Estate Agents Sell Up To $ 700 Million Each, But They Aren’t Flashy On Instagram



Australia’s best real estate agents have been revealed for 2021 – and they are NOT including the flashy, headstrong big guys selling multi-million dollar homes on social media.

The Real Estate Business website produced its annual list of the nation’s top home sellers, topped by Alex Phillips of Sydney, who sold more than $ 700 million worth of properties last year.

But Zed Nasheet – who produces epic marketing campaigns featuring private jets, Lamborghinis and Rolls-Royces to sell homes on Instagram in Melbourne – insists, “No one makes more numbers than I do.

“It’s physically, mentally impossible. I’m not in the top 100 – I’m definitely in the top 5. I have sold more real estate in Melbourne than anyone who has ever been. ‘

Australia’s best real estate agents have been revealed – and they do NOT include the flashy, brash big guys who sell multi-million dollar homes on social media like Zed Nasheet (pictured) who has a sign on his desk saying ‘Fucking shiny’ next to a model of his Lamborghini car

Mr Nasheet, 31, says he has sold more than $ 1.4 billion worth of goods in the past two years, including seven homes in 24 hours last Friday.

“I don’t even know who these awards are,” he told Daily Mail Australia. “All of these numbers are wrong – that’s why I gave up on these things.

“We are the most followed real estate brand in Australia. “

The founder of Zed Real Estate, who drives a $ 400,000 Lamborghini Huracan, insists his modern approach sets him apart from his rivals.

Former Afghan refugee Zed Nasheet (pictured) now wears $ 1,000 costumes and, like many new generation agents in their 30s, is relentless in his quest to self-promote for further sales

Former Afghan refugee Zed Nasheet (pictured) now wears $ 1,000 costumes and, like many new generation agents in their 30s, is relentless in his quest to self-promote for further sales

In addition to flashy video campaigns for her properties, her company has “liztings”, makes “zales” and applies “zold” stickers to their billboards.

The former Afghan refugee now wears $ 1,000 costumes and, like many new generation officers in their 30s, is relentless in his quest to self-promote for new sales.

“Success starts with doing things differently,” he says. “My business is very different.

Mr Nasheet's company produces epic marketing campaigns featuring private jets, Lamborghinis and Rolls-Royces (pictured) to sell homes on Instagram in Melbourne

Mr Nasheet’s company produces epic marketing campaigns featuring private jets, Lamborghinis and Rolls-Royces (pictured) to sell homes on Instagram in Melbourne

“If it was in America we wouldn’t have stood out, but because we’re in Australia we don’t like innovation and change. Few agents like it.

“The properties have to be sold properly. I just sold something for $ 2.35 million on Instagram. I sold something else for $ 10 million on Instagram.

“No other agent does, so I don’t need someone else to tell me the real estate business or that I have to be in the top 100.”

However, in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, more traditional real estate agent Alex Phillips, 41, aims to become Australia’s top seller of billion-dollar-a-year homes.

Traditional real estate agent Alex Phillips, 41 (pictured) has been named Australia's number one real estate agent for 2021 and aims to become Australia's # 1 billion dollar a year <a class=home seller.” class=”blkBorder img-share” style=”max-width:100%” />

Traditional real estate agent Alex Phillips, 41 (pictured) has been named Australia’s number one real estate agent for 2021 and aims to become Australia’s # 1 billion dollar a year home seller.

Over the past year, he’s sold four or five properties each week for more than $ 3.1 million each on average to secure first place on the list for the sixth consecutive year.

“I hope we get closer to a billion this year,” he told Daily Mail Australia. “I don’t see it as work. I love what I do and we are always improving.

“We remain very affordable, easy to manage and not overdone. We may be number one, but we don’t act like that. We treat everyone the same.

His Woollahra-based company PPD – which saw sales increase 30% last year despite the pandemic – has avoided the brash social media campaign of some rivals.

Mr Phillips' company PPD - which saw sales increase 30% last year despite the pandemic - has moved away from the brash social media campaign of some rivals in favor of a more low-profile marketing brand Sales

Mr Phillips’ company PPD – which saw sales increase 30% last year despite the pandemic – has moved away from the brash social media campaign of some rivals in favor of a more low-profile marketing brand Sales

“They are obviously doing their best and are our main competitors,” he admitted. “But I don’t think Australians like it.

“I think that’s why a lot of people like us, because they’re wealthy people and don’t like it.

“A lot of people who have high net worth, you wouldn’t know what they’re doing or what they’re worth – and they want to deal with people who are alike.

“Everything we put on our social networks is sold property. “

Northern Beaches Sydney real estate agent Michael Clarke, 43, was once again a finalist to Mr Phillips on the Top 100 list, as he was last year.

Northern Beaches real estate agent Michael Clarke, 43 (pictured) was Mr Phillips' finalist on the Top 100 list

Northern Beaches real estate agent Michael Clarke, 43 (pictured) was Mr Phillips’ finalist on the Top 100 list

‘Always the maid of honor! But I have number two, I have a wife and a young family, so I’m just happy to be on the list, ”he told Daily Mail Australia.

“Manly has gone completely crazy over the past year or so. I’ve been in the industry for 16 years now and I’ve never seen anything like it. ‘

The Mercedes driving man is also taking a more conservative approach to sales and avoiding flashy social media campaigns from some rivals.

“The reality is that some people’s social media profile matches their reality exactly – and some don’t,” he said.

Mr Clarke (pictured) takes a more conservative approach to sales and shuns the social media campaigns of his rivals.  He added:

Mr Clarke (pictured) takes a more conservative approach to sales and shuns the social media campaigns of his rivals. He added: “From my point of view. I prefer the numbers to speak ‘

‘From my point of view. I prefer the numbers to speak. You will never see me say it on social media. “Hey, this is the car I’m driving.”

“But the reality is, whether I like it or not, people who don’t know me will judge the agent’s success by what they can see.

“This is one of the things that we have to be sensitive to – but we also have to make sure that we are not seen as too sighted.”

Real Estate Top 10 Real Estate Agents in Australia
Agent and region Houses sold and total annual sales
1. Alex Phillips, eastern suburb of Sydney
2. Michael Clarke, manly
3. Ric Serrao, Rose Bay & North Bondi
4. David Highland, Sutherland County
5. Maclay Longhurst, Paddington
6. Mat Steinwede, Wamberal
7. Dib Chidiac, central west Sydney
8. Peter Chauncy, Crow’s Nest
9. David Walker, Wahroonga
10. Norman So, Strathfield
$ 212 – 706,737,500
$ 156 – 496,309,099
$ 122 – $ 315,089,000
$ 228 – 384,617,410
$ 130 – 254,025,500
179- $ 286,630,700
155 – 252,659,000 $
135 – 237,212,000 $
89 – 237,653,501 $
111 – 201,437,000 $


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