Projects news with Jason Salter | Seize the opportunity
This week, we had 32 new and modified DAs throughout New South Wales, with greater emphasis in Sydney. Now is the time to get into the market because the rates won’t last and we’re on the road to a business-led recovery.
Don’t wait. Find out what your site is worth, enquire about getting a good DA and stay up to date at lsre.com.au/projects or contact Jason Salter on 0418 846 637.
Hi. Jason Salter here from Laing+Simmons Projects. A place that you can buy a DA-approved block of land, or maybe an off-the-plan apartment? Hit us up on the website: lsre.com.au/projects
We’ve got 45 offices in our Laing+Simmons network spread around Sydney, Greater Sydney and New South Wales. If it’s a particular area or particular development you’re looking for, we’ll find it for you.
This week, 32 new and modified DAs throughout New South Wales. A little less than last week, but a greater emphasis on Sydney and Greater Sydney. So where regional centres have been strong with the amount of activity in the last couple of weeks, this week it’s Sydney’s turn.
And what a fantastic opportunity to get into the market. We can’t stress and have been pushing quite hard for the last month, month and a half. The rates at this level can’t last. It will a business-led recovery, and we are on our way. So if you are thinking of purchasing a property and it is a raw site that you’re looking for, and you want to get a good DA for an area, and you want to use and leverage our experience, feel free to contact us via email, phone, Zoom, you name it. It’s all on our website.
Buyer advocacy work is one of the hardest things because what we have to do is we’ve got to take your enquiry and then try and match it. But we’re very good at doing it. And we’re also very good at assisting groups of owners put sites together. We’re currently working with 12 owners and those 12 owners all have different motivations, slightly different land sizes, slightly different improvements on their properties. We managed to find a way and someone will buy back into the development. We can help them with all of that. Hit us up on the website.
And finally this week, and I’ve been saying it for some time, congratulations on the construction building industry generally. They’ve struggled through and they’re made it through the other side. We expect that the amount of business activity, particularly for larger scale projects, will really ramp up now. And I know the government is looking to do that.
That’s all for this week. I hope you have a great week, look forward to hearing from you or seeing you soon.