IT’S the inaugural edition of the report,
which is set to be produced on an annual
basis, and is an initiative of leading industry
resource Real Estate Business (REB),
produced by award-winning media business
The ranking, for real estate agents
operating in residential sales, uses
three major metrics to definitively rank
participants using a comparative score: the
number of properties sold, the total dollar
volume of properties sold, and the average
sale value across a 12-month period.
It is considered a remarkable ranking for
Ms Telfer as she was competing against
capital city agents where million-dollar
house sales are commonplace.
The community-minded Sebastopol
resident is involved in such organisations
as the Hatherleigh Netball Club, Millicent
Business Community Association and the
Millicent Basketball Association.
Much of her working life has been spent
as a retailer and she made the move into
real estate 13 years ago.
Ms Telfer founded South East Property
Sales and Management in 2016.
She said she was honoured to be
recognised by the REB for her personal
“The Millicent housing market is robust
and it is a sellers’ market,” she said.
“We are now seeing more movement in
the commercial sector.
The 50 top agents have been applauded
“The REB Top 50 Agents SA 2021 offers
these agents industry-wide recognition
for their sustained performance over what
has been a particularly difficult set of
circumstances over the last 12 months,”
REB news editor Grace Ormsby said.
She explained that the new ranking also
gives other agents an opportunity to see
what it takes to be considered among the
state’s best, driving the whole profession to
“This new ranking aims to not only
celebrate star performers across South
Australia, but also recognise their
contribution to setting strong professional
performance standards within the state,”
Ms Ormsby said.
“On behalf of both REB and Momentum
Media, I would like to congratulate all of the
South Australian agents named – your work
ethic and dedication to the industry has not