Great places & Great Results

At Legacy Property, we know that property plays a big part in people’s lives.

Legacy Property

As a specialist Australian residential property developer, we have the skills and experience to ensure our clients get great outcomes from property.

Legacy Property Partners

It’s why we have a strong track record helping investors and land owners achieve their goals. And why we continue to create apartments and residential communities where people love to live.

Legacy Develops

As a specialist residential property developer, we know the sector inside out. Our extensive development experience means we have a deep understanding of the opportunities and risks involved in delivering a successful project. Our expertise is trusted by leading organisations such as ANZ, CBA, NAB, MaxCap and Pacific Alliance Group and Qualitas and Fortress.

Legacy Partners

Relationships matter at Legacy Property. We co-invest in all of our projects so you can be confident we’re motivated to deliver successful outcomes and manage risk. Our relationships are underpinned by out focus on upholding the highest professional standards and commitment to shared success.

Legacy Invests

One of the greatest strengths of Legacy Property is our skill in identifying opportunities early. We research the market thoroughly and use a strategic lens to find opportunities before others. It’s a proactive approach that has secured us highly sought after projects and unlocked significant value.

Legacy Property

At Legacy Property, we pride ourselves on our robust, professional approach to property development. For every project, we conduct extensive research and analysis and use Legacy Property Best Practice for consistent, disciplined project delivery and risk management.

What you can expect from Legacy Property

Results

Legacy Property has a strong track record of delivering attractive returns to investors. We’ve successfully completed or are currently delivering in excess of $3.5 billion in property projects. And all of the projects we have completed have been profitable.

Professionalism

At Legacy Property, we pride ourselves on our robust, professional approach. For every project, we conduct extensive research and analysis and use Legacy Property Best Practice for consistent, disciplined project delivery and risk management.

Expertise

We know the residential sector inside out, which is why we’re able to deliver great outcomes time and time again. Our extensive development experience means we have a deep understanding of the opportunities and risks involved in delivering a successful project.

Engagement

Relationships matter at Legacy Property. You put your trust in us to deliver and we take that very seriously. The strength of our relationships is demonstrated by the many investors who support multiple Legacy Property projects.

Latest News

2019 tipped to be a good time to buy in Sydney

The Sydney housing market is set to shift further in favour of buyers in 2019 as property prices continue to ease, providing significant opportunities for savvy investors and first home buyers.
After a decade of sustained and unprecedented growth, Sydney real estate prices retreated over the past 12 months as tighter lending conditions, the banking royal commission, sluggish wage growth and less demand from investors and foreigners dented the market.

The year in numbers: Sydney property market in 2018

In 2018, Sydney remained Australia’s highest-priced capital city for property, staying well ahead of Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. This came despite cooling market conditions with prices dipping to a median $1,101,532 in September, representing a 6.5 per cent annual fall.

What sunny weather means for house prices

Seasons can play a significant role when it comes to house prices and summer is no exception.
Traditionally, the sunny months of summer have been considered an ideal time for buyers to snag a bargain, with house hunters facing less competition than in spring, autumn and winter.
This long-held wisdom is now backed up by research, with Monash University1 showing that house prices in Sydney – unlike many other Australian capital cities – tend to spike in the cooler months.
The research, which examined seasonality in property prices across Australia, found that in Sydney July tended to be the most expensive month to buy a house, while June was priciest for units.

Contact Us

MLC Centre, Level 27
19-29 Martin Place
Sydney NSW 2000

T: (02) 9252 1111
E: info@legacyproperty.com.au

ACCOUNTS:
E: accounts@legacyproperty.com.au

AGENTS & LANDOWNERS:
Mike Williams
E: mwilliams@legacyproperty.com.au

INVESTORS:
Carolyn Teague
E: cteague@legacyproperty.com.au

 

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