Media Release 24 October 2023

LAWD welcomes respected Central Queensland rural property specialist, as national growth continues

LAWD has today announced the appointment of respected rural property specialist, Grant Veivers, as Director, Agribusiness Transactions – Queensland, to grow the business’ presence in Australian agriculture’s powerhouse Central Queensland region.

Highly regarded for his knowledge and understanding of the Central Queensland market, Mr Veivers was based in the Arcadia Valley for 25 years as a commercial and stud beef producer and has extensive experience in overseeing corporate and family transactions.

LAWD Chief Executive Officer, Enda Foley, said Mr Veivers would deliver immediate impact to the firm’s operations.

“Grant is well-known and respected throughout the entire state, with particular strength in the central zone, and comes to the business with both exemplary property insights and skills and practical farming experience,” Mr Foley said.

“As LAWD continues its expansion throughout Australia, it made sense our next key appointment would be in one of the most important agricultural production zones in the country, where we know Grant has industry best knowledge and connections.”

Since inception in 2020, LAWD has quickly become a leader in specialist property with a current focus on agribusiness and development transactions, and valuations, led by some of the nation’s most prominent agents and valuers, including Danny Thomas, Col Medway, Peter Sagar, Daniel McCulloch and Tim McKinnon.

Mr Veivers said joining a fast-growing, nationally recognised and internationally connected brand would amplify his connection to an expanded local and global pool of agriculturally focused investors.

“Through joining what has become, in a very short period of time, one of Australia’s premier real estate firms, I will have the capacity to collaborate with an elite group of property specialists with extensive links to institutional investment and international buyers, in addition to local families and corporates,” Mr Veivers said.

“This move is not just an important opportunity for myself but also for clients throughout Central Queensland who hold some of the best farming and grazing land in Australia.”

Mr Veivers will commence with LAWD from 1 November.

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