Colin Biggers & Paisley
Our property team is recognised by Chambers and Partners, Doyle’s Guide, The Legal 500, and Lawyers Weekly as ‘2019 Property Team of the Year’
The property industry is a major contributor to Australia’s economy. Investor demand has been a key driver of growth in the residential property market, while the upturn in retail and non-retail commercial real estate continues to thrive due to low interest rates and a strong investor appetite.
Colin Biggers & Paisley has more than a century of property industry experience, giving us a unique understanding and knowledge that sets us apart from our competitors. We work with you to drive the best possible commercial outcome for each real estate project and portfolio.
Our experience is in residential, industrial, rural, commercial and government projects, across all property asset classes, including retirement, aged care, agriculture, mining, residential mixed use, hotels, office leasing portfolios, shopping centres and infrastructure.
We were the first legal practice in Australia to develop an online property exchange platform: CBP Exchange. This platform allows our clients a faster, cheaper and more secure way to manage the creation, signing and administration of their sale contracts online from anywhere in the world. We have also developed an easy-to-use and secure online status reporting system for our leasing clients with a large property portfolio, CBP Lease Manager.
Our clients include property developers, substantial property portfolio owners, government authorities and significant overseas corporate and government investors in the Australian real estate market.
Our areas of expertise:
- purchase and sale of all major types of property throughout Australia (for redevelopment, holding as a long-term investment or as part of trust or syndicated fund)
- off-the-plan developments, particularly using eContracts
- leasing for commercial and retail portfolios
- project funding, joint ventures and project delivery arrangements
- strata title and other forms of statutory title