Our Real Estate team is constantly adapting to the changing property marketplace, as well as the needs of our clients as they advise on the buying, selling, leasing and development of residential and commercial land. Located across four major cities along the east coast of Australia, our Real Estate team provides seamless transactional expertise and complex legal advice across all key areas of property, planning, and local government in each Australian jurisdiction.
From mentoring individuals as they enter property markets for the first time, through to partnering with public and private companies looking to develop land or better manage their asset portfolios, our client base is as diverse as our practice. We put our clients at the centre of everything we do and are proud to take the time to understand our clients and develop solutions or resolutions which best suit their needs.
With a national footprint, our team works closely with colleagues across the business in disciplines such as finance, banking, corporate, construction and taxation. By working closely and across sectors, we can deliver tailored solutions for our clients, regardless of their location.
To find out more please contact our National Head of Property, Planning & Construction Scott Stewart.
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