Young Australians of Greek heritage among the best real estate agents in NSW

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The past year’s biggest property deal-makers of NSW aged under 35 have been revealed and 6 Australians of Greek heritage are included in the list.

Real estate transaction figures provided exclusively to The Sunday Telegraph revealed a range of Sydney and regional NSW agents under the age of 35 pulled in more than $100m in sales last year.

According to The Daily Telegraph, any of the top performing young real estate agents are understood to have scored more than $5m in gross commission over the year. 

It came after Sydney real estate prices surprisingly bounced back from interest rate increases, hitting new highs in spring and overtaking the previous peak in prices record during the pandemic.

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31 year old George Karasalidis of C21 Southern Realty, served in Wolli creek, Earlwood and Kingsgrove, sold 85 properties with a total sales value of $95,404,933.

32 year old Brad Panayiotou of McGrath Parramatta, served in Parramatta and surrounds and sold 47 properties with a total sales value of $67,092,092.

31 year old Stephen Mina of McGrath Parramatta served in Parramatta and surrounds, sold 39 properties with a total sales value of $49,807,560.

21 year old Jackson Passas of McGrath Maroubra served in Southeast Sydney, sold 28 properties with a total sales value of $49,630,000.

32 year old George Gialouris of Cobden Hayson, served in Lane Cove and surrounds and sold 22 properties with a total sales value of $47,500,000.

32 year Angelo Vagenas of McGrath South Hurstville, served in Beverly Hills and surrounds and sold 37 properties with a total sales value of $47,000,000.

Source: The Daily Telegraph

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