Sydney’s most experienced, creative and unique property agency

Experience The Cramer Difference

At Cramer Property, our goal is to give you the most unique, creative and effective service in the industry. As an established property agency that has been operating for almost 25 years, our unbeatable industry knowledge ensures you will receive the professionalism, attention to detail, creative capability and personalised service to set your property apart. And as a boutique style of operator, we are able to give the care and attention your property deserves. Experience the Cramer difference.


Great News For First Home Buyers


Cramer and the City

New financial year brings even more federal government support for those buying their first home. The Australian Federal Government has ushered in an unprecedented level of support for first home buyers this new financial year. On July 1, the Federal Government opened up 40,000 new places under its First Home Guarantee Scheme.

Toga Awarded 4.5 Star ICert Rating


Cramer and the City

We are extremely proud to announce that TOGA has been awarded a 4.5 star rating under the Independent Construction Industry Tool (iCIRT). iCIRT uses a five-star system to rate builders and developers on their capability to deliver apartment buildings, which must meet the minimum average of three out of five stars or above to be deemed "trustworthy".

Over the past two decades, national revenue generated by international students has become more and more lucrative. Then along came the pandemic, wrecking its havoc, with one of the big casualties 'economically speaking', this unexpected loss in revenue. At the end of 2021...

Picture the scene - it's March 1983 and Bob Hawke is now Prime Minister after a landslide victory for the Labour Party. You’re wearing tight Levis with a plaid shirt, and you’re heading to the flicks to watch BMX Bandits with up and coming Australian teen actress, Nicole Kidman. After the movie you head to Marrickville to grab a beer and a Chinese meal but hang on a minute…. 80’s Marrickville?