Want to sell your Land?

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What types of land?


We sell land that can be developed for an improved and better use, including greenfield, medium density, high density, infill, childcare, aged care, retirement villages, industrial or commercial developments.

We transact on land sizes ranging from a 200 square metre site in the CBD, to a 10 hectare hobby farm in the growth corridors, right through to 1000 hectare plus properties.

Our reach extends nationally and globally to public and private developers. We have access to a vast network of specialist industry consultants and explore all possible opportunities to achieve the highest returns for our clients.

Pre-launch and go to market process


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  How much is my land worth?


Enter your details in the form, including the postcode of where your potential development site is located and we will email you a report detailing a sample of development site sales in your area and other useful information. One of our specialist team members will be in contact with you within 48 hours to discuss the factors influencing the potential value of your land.

If you are interested in selling a residential-size block of land, please contact our Land Projects team.


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