Shane McIntyre Grabbed by Colliers

Australian rural outback

Australian rural outback

In what many analysts are considering a hiring coup, Colliers International brought veteran Shane McIntyre, rural property expert, away from his position at Elders. He will run the national agribusiness and rural division at Colliers.

McIntyre has at least 40 years of experience in this sector, spending many of those years as national rural real estate manager at Elders.

“Shane is one of Australia’s most recognized faces in major rural property transactions and will bring unparalleled skills, experience and leadership to our existing team as we continue to expand our business in this sector,” said Will Doherty, national executive responsible for rural and  agribusiness at Colliers International.

“Shane has acted for many of the country’s most prominent individuals, families, corporate entities and state and federal governments during his 40-year career and has been associated with the transaction of many of the most significant properties within Victoria and New South Wales,” Mr. Doherty added.

His appointment comes at a time when real estate businesses are positioning themselves to grab market share as demand from offshore groups rise, sovereign wealth funds expand, and local institutions undertake large-scale agricultural projects such as beef, dairy, wheat and nut production on large rural parcels of land.

“Trade in agricultural commodities is set to boom, assisted by the lower Australian dollar and new free trade agreements,” Mr McIntyre said.

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