Colliers International

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The Colliers International Melbourne Residential team works with an extensive clientele of local and international developers across our two specialised divisions – Project Marketing and Development Site Sales. These two respective divisions work concurrently enabling us to extend our reach and market penetration across the Melbourne Residential market. 

Our Project Marketing team are market leaders, specialising in the development and implementation of sales and marketing campaigns for large scale residential development projects. We provide a full service function from site introduction to settlement, ranging from high density apartment towers to traditional residential product, high end luxury residences, and medium to high density inner suburban developments comprising of both apartments and townhouses. Our ability to develop tailored sales and marketing strategies ensures that we achieve a 100% sell out for our clients before construction is completed. 

Our Residential Site Sales Specialists are the fastest growing team in Melbourne with a single minded focus on Residential Development Sites. We are the only team in Melbourne that dedicate our full attention to residential development sites, to ensure that we deliver our vendors the premium prices they deserve. With Colliers International’s global reach we are able to connect with the best team throughout our Asian based offices to showcase our listings on an international scale.

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