October 2023

HMW Group announces the launch of HMW Real Estate Advisory

HMW Group announces the launch of HMW Real Estate Advisory, giving clients access to specialist property valuation and research analysts to optimise the performance of their property portfolios

BRISBANE, OCTOBER 12, 2023 – Building on the success of its accounting and business advisory reputation with property clients in Australia, HMW Group is delighted to announce that it has established a new affiliated entity, HMW Real Estate Advisory Pty Ltd.

The new service will provide end-to-end solutions for clients across the entire project lifecycle including: property valuation services, property economic and research services, NDIS disabled housing project consultation and advice, property portfolio valuer/valuation management, project feasibility analysis, rental review, determinations and assessments and project investment and funding sourcing.

This compliments HMW Group’s expertise in accounting and business advisory, corporate finance and debt advisory. The team will work closely with these existing transactional business lines to provide a more holistic service to clientele. Backed by over 50 years of accounting and business advisory expertise in HMW Group and the practical support from a team of over 60 people, HMW Real Estate Advisory has the scale to do what other valuers can’t.

Former Founding Partner and Executive Director at M3 Property, Ross Perkins has been appointed as director of HMW Real Estate. Ross stands as a beacon of expertise and leadership in the real estate industry – he is known for his dedication to excellence, unparalleled industry knowledge, and a visionary approach that consistently drives success for clients.

James Whitelaw, Director at HMW Group commented, “I am delighted to witness the launch of HMW Real Estate Advisory. This step is further testament to our commitment to finding innovative solutions for our current and future clients in the property sector and we are eager to deliver more value to clients as a result.”

Ross Perkins said, “We are absolutely thrilled to embark on this exciting journey as we launch our new business. We can’t wait to share our passion, dedication, and innovative solutions with our clients old and new.”

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