Australia

Real Estate & Construction 

As significant contributors to the Australian economy, the real estate and construction industries represent about 18 percent of GDP.

Steve Gatt

Steve Gatt

National Sector Leader, Real Estate & Construction

+61 2 93357303

Our market continues to attract not only domestic participants but increased interest from overseas by way of direct investment, investment through funds, and the establishment of local operations.


However, because these industries encompass a broad range of parties and interests, they face a highly competitive market looking for growth amidst increasingly complex regulatory and financial challenges.

 

How we can help

KPMG's Real Estate practice offers relevant audit, tax and advisory services to meet the needs of a diverse and discriminating client base in the property and construction sectors.


Our services span all main asset classes:

  • commercial
  • industrial
  • retail
  • tourism
  • infrastructure
  • retirement villages and aged care
  • residential.


With our breadth and depth of technical and industry knowledge, our team can help you cut through this complexity to achieve your goals.
 

Our capabilities extend to:

  • real estate advisory
  • detailed market research
  • project management skills
  • all forms of taxation
  • business strategies
  • transaction structuring know how
  • detailed market demographic research.


Our powerful offering, which draws on the resources of KPMG’s extensive international real estate network, is designed to help you grow and prosper across all stages of the property cycle.


By harnessing a multi-disciplinary skill set, our professionals help you efficiently transact investment or development transactions. Our team works with you throughout the transaction – from initial planning through to execution and completion.

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