Greeks fly high in ranking of Australia’s wealthiest real estate agents


Australia’s top 100 earners have been laid bare in the Real Estate Business June 2021 rankings, with four Greek Australians included among the mix.

Victoria-based Sam Rigiopoulos managed to break into the top 20 highest earning real estate agents, ranking 16 overall. In 15 years, Rigiopoulos has secured 83 listing and sold 118. Servicing Northcote, the value of properties sold accumulates to $182,815,250.00, with an average sale price of $1,549,282.00.

James Lampropoulos is next on the list at rank 39 and services the Strathfield and Sutherland Shire areas. Working for Laver Residential Projects, he has sold 306 properties in his 25 years of working as an agent. The value of properties sold adds up to $227,301,243.00.

Alexandra Stamatiou-Buda, who works for McGrath Estate Agents, services the Earlwood area in Sydney and was ranked 60th on the list. Alexandra has an average sale price of $1,363,771.00, with the total value of properties sold adding up to $111,829,250.00.

Another Greek Australian from Victoria, Theo Politis services Donvale and was ranked 69th. With 17 years of experience, he has secured 93 listings and sold 82. Politis works for Barry Plant agency.

Sydney’s Alexander Phillips retained the top spot for the sixth consecutive year, followed by fellow Sydneysiders Michael Clarke and Ric Serrao. According to the rankings, Mr Phillips sold more than $700 million of properties in the last financial year. 

“It is a rollercoaster, you are on this exciting or scary ride with the clients. You build relationships with them,” Phillips said.

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