JLL buys Propell National Valuers

JLL buys Propell National Valuers
JLL buys Propell National Valuers

The global real estate services company JLL has bought the valuation business, Propell National Valuers.

The deal sees Propell's 200 staff from every state and territory added to JLL's 2300-strong workforce.

JLL Australia chief executive Stephen Conry said the acquisition had been made carefully within the heated residential market. 

Propell completes about 100,000 residential valuations per year.

It has been reported JLL's reputed $25 million acquisition will give it clout in the residential segment, taking on valuation companies such as Herron Todd White, which does more than 300,000 valuations per year, CBRE and Opteon Property Group. 

JLL has doubled revenue from its valuations business in the last five years.

Propell chief executive Bart Mead will continue his senior leadership role at JLL Australia.

Propell’s Head office is in Brisbane.

The business in Australia will continue to operate as Propell – a JLL company during an initial transition and integration phase.

Picture above is of Propell CEO, Bart Mead, (left), with JLL Australia CEO, Stephen Conry.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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