‘Happenings at PRP’ Category

New Swan Hill Office for PRP

Established Swan Hill property valuers and consultants, Boyd-Law Wood Valuers have announced that they have joined forces with national valuation group, Preston Rowe Paterson. As of 1st March the established Swan Hill based business will rebrand as Preston Rowe Paterson Swan Hill. A long established name in regional property circles, Principal Director Ian Boyd-Law said, […]

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New Valuers In Town

National valuers and consultants, Preston Rowe Paterson have announced the opening of a brand new office location in the heart of the Central West of NSW. As of 05 October 2016 the business will commence trading from the new location in Macquarie Street, Dubbo Long time local Dubbo valuer James Skuthorp has joined the PRP […]

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Budget 2016 –PRP Analysis

The Federal Budget announced last night (03/05/2016) by Treasurer, Scott Morrison was relatively silent in regards to new announcements in the property sector. The Treasurer, in his explanatory remarks, did however, comment on the strength of the property sector being vital to the ongoing health of the economy. There were no announcements in regards to […]

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PRP Returns to Perth

National Property Group, Preston Rowe Paterson (PRP) are delighted to announce their return to Western Australia effective 1 April 2016. The new PRP office is being established in the business centre of West Perth, specifically aimed at servicing the Commercial and specialised regional markets. Well known Perth property valuer, Cameron Sharp, who was formerly a […]

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PRP opens new office in Southport, South East Queensland

This week sees the official launch of the newest office in the Preston Rowe Paterson network. Preston Rowe Paterson Southport is collaboration between existing PRP Brisbane Directors Troy Chaplin and Brendan Coonan, together with Ian Hawley, a well-known Gold Coast property valuer. With resurgence of the market through the Gold Coast region, clients, who were […]

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