Property & Development

Control red tape. Manage progress. Build the dream.

Whether you’re a property developer, investor, owners corporation, corporation, municipality, authority, institution, company or individual, you need dependable, expert advice to guide you through the maze of property law.

Coulter Roache’s Property & Development team provides a comprehensive legal service for buying, selling and developing property, and dealing with interests affecting property. We understand that you need commercially driven solutions. Innovative thinking. Knowledge you can depend on.

With timely, proactive advice, you remain agile. You can strategise and respond while managing red tape and risk.

As professionals, we are deeply connected to the property industry. You benefit from our close relationships with financiers, financial institutions, real estate agents, valuers, engineers, surveyors, architects, builders, contractors, developers, owners corporations managers and other consultants to the property industry. Property law is our specialty and our network spans the region and far beyond.

We work closely with developers to gain understanding of your project. Knowing the intricacies means we provide insightful advice on technical and complex matters. Fully grasping your commercial objectives helps us create solutions focused on results.

For an individual, buying or selling a residential property is one of the largest transactions you’re ever likely to make. Our team works with you to de-stress every aspect of the transaction, tick all the boxes and make sure each detail is handled efficiently.

Our Property & Development lawyers provide legal services across the property spectrum including:

  • conveyancing law
  • compulsory land acquisition and compensation law
  • finance loan documentation and securities
  • owners corporations and compliance law
  • partnerships and joint venture agreements
  • personal and business asset protection
  • property investment development and subdivision
  • retirement villages and aged care accommodation.

Speak to one of our experienced lawyers

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