Savills

Market Presence: 

The Savills Melbourne sales team specialises in the sale of residential and commercial development sites throughout Metropolitan Melbourne. We know and understand the development process intimately and add real value to our clients and their projects. Savills is at the forefront of international investment into Melbourne, with the largest office network throughout Asia (25,000 staff) and the most effective international platform that sources and delivers new buyers into the Melbourne market every day. Our track record speaks for itself – more than $500 million of development site sales during the past 12 months, of which a high proportion were to buyers based in Asia, Europe and North America.

With Melbourne’s rapidly rising population and unprecedented influx of capital from Asia there has never been a better time to sell your development site for a record price. Our unique combination of skills, resources and contacts allows us to maximise interest in the properties we offer to the market.

Our team has an extraordinary depth of understanding of the Melbourne development market, the key market participants, and the most highly motivated buyers. We are in constant contact with developers actively seeking opportunities in the Australian property market, and we know from experience that people prefer to do business with someone they know and trust.

Contact Name: 
Clinton Baxter
Contact Phone: 
+61 (0)413 569 888
Address: 
140 William Street Level 25
3000 Melbourne , VIC
Australia
Victoria AU

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