No two properties are the same and no two owners are the same. When it comes to selling your precious asset, whether it be an infill development site or broad acreage, we understand that each situation is UNIQUE. We will listen to your wants and needs and work with you to tailor a program that will help you achieve the best possible outcome in your preferred timeline. With over 40 years experience in the property industry and dealing with a wide range of developers and investors over this time, we have honed our skills and have the knowledge to help you through this very important process.
- Contact us by phone or email and we’ll set up a confidential, obligation-free chat with one of our team members.
- Depending on the outcome of the discussion, we will suggest an action plan. This may include further research and appointments in order to achieve your goal.
- If you’re in agreement with our suggestions we’ll then swing the plan into action – again this could be straight away or may be in the coming months or even years depending on your situation.
There are quite a number of factors that affect the price of you property. These would include size, location, aspect, zoning, construction access, services, planning overlays, inundation, contamination, competition, financial and current market conditions just to mention a few. It’s not a simple process – and that’s why we’re here.
That will be up to you and what you’re trying to achieve, however, from our experience the earlier we can meet and discuss the various options, the better you’ll be prepared – whether that be now or sometime down the track.
UGZ stands for ‘Urban Growth Zone’. It refers to land that has been identified by the State Government for future urban development within Melbourne’s designated growth areas.
PSP stands for “Precinct Structure Plans”. PSPs are master plans for entire communities of up to 30,000 people. They are designed to create new, balanced communities rather than housing estates.
Trust in your research. Make sure you are working with someone who is qualified and experienced. Ensure that they have transacted similar properties and can produce suitably qualified and reputable industry contacts. If you’d like to book an appointment with us, call one of our accredited team members today.
Yes. It’s always better to understand where your land sits from a planning perspective. We have a number of planning consultants we work with, depending on what is required, to achieve the best possible outcome.
Generally speaking; most developers will look at “partnering” with a landowner. However, as a property owner, you need to keep in mind that once you enter in to an agreement with a developer, you also assume the development risk. We can assist you through that process to ensure your exposure to risk is minimised. We’ll make sure you’re given a fair agreement in relation to what each party is bringing to the table.
JV stands for Joint Venture. A joint venture is an arrangement between two or more people or companies who work together on a particular project or purpose. Each participant may have different shares in the joint venture, resulting in varying levels of profit or loss. JVs are often contemplated when a landowner is looking to increase their return on a property – please refer to the “partnering” FAQ for more information.
LDA stands for Land Development Agreement. An LDA is regarded as a generic term used to describe an agreement between a land owning entity and a development entity which governs the development of a parcel of land. Unlike construction contracts, leases and contracts of sale, there are no standard land development agreements. However, these are sometimes used by landowners seeking to increase return, but have no appetite for development risk as most LDAs contain a minimum payout figure by the developer.
No. We believe this creates a conflict of interest. Often, consultants advertise that they’ll manage a project from beginning to end – including sales. However we believe the commissions attached to the end product by the developer may sway their advice away from the best interests of the landowner.