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Biggin & Scott's Land Division Forms New Partnership With Development Ready

Posted by Development Ready on Jun 17, 2016

Australia's leading online property platform, Development Ready is delighted to welcome renowned real estate agency Biggin & Scott Land as a new platform partner.

The new agreement provides Biggin & Scott Land access to a suite of new tools that will enable the firm to list development opportunities on behalf of their clients. 

This critical enhancement provides access to Development Ready's sophisticated and targeted developer and investor market audience, offering a substantial boost to listing exposure for their client's properties. Biggin & Scott Land joins a number of existing partners including CBRE, Knight Frank, Colliers International and other such prominent agencies. 

Managing Director of Development Ready, Nick Materia is looking forward to working with Biggin & Scott Land with the partnership set to be extremely beneficial to both Biggin & Scott Land and its clients through matching permit approved development sites with prospective purchasers.

“Our new partnership with Biggin & Scott Land will further deliver qualified leads to their listings, increasing the exposure and ensuring their clients’ properties are at the forefront of our targeted developer audience.” Said Nick.

The new agreement provides Biggin & Scott Land with homepage branding exclusivity, personalised agency profiles as well as ongoing exposure to Development Ready’s highly qualified network of property developers and investors.

Visit the personalised profile page of Biggin & Scott Land to view their latest development opportunities.

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