Some questions our clients ask.
No. Many land owners don’t use one in an attempt to save money. However, this decision usually leads to increased costs and reduced returns. Additionally Land owners make the mistake of engaging a development manager who is a town planner, engineer, real estate agent, accountant etc who are not necessarily experienced across all required professions and stages of the development process required to successfully deliver a project. An experienced development manager knows what to do before it needs to be done. When new challenges arise, they know the right actions to take to quickly resolve them. Understanding the bigger picture means that they are able to save you money and significantly reduce risk by minimising unwanted issues from arising.
Our fees are quoted ‘upfront’ on a ‘fixed price’ basis so that you know what to expect. There is no obligation to use our services all the way through and we can manage your project from start to finish or pick it up part way through. Our Development Management fee is a small price to pay to have the confidence and comfort knowing that you have an experienced Development Manager coordinating the successful delivery of your project.
Simply complete our online enquiry form or call Ryan Dalle Cort on 0401 703 727 to organise a time that is convenient for an obligation free consultation. We will explain our services and evaluate your land so that we can start to prepare your free feasibility study if you decide to proceed with our services.
It depends on the type of development, as well as planning and engineering approvals and permits. After completing a preliminary assessment of the property and proposed development we will be able to provide you with a better indication of expected time frames.
We pride ourselves on forming a partnership with you and you will be consulted and involved with every stage of the process. The ultimate decision to proceed with the development is in your hands as you must sign the development application form that goes to the local council. So if you aren’t happy then you don’t have to sign and the development does not proceed.