New Member - Knight Frank

About Knight Frank

At Knight Frank Australia we achieve exceptional results for our clients through a combination of expertise, innovation, and a personalised approach.

With a proven track record established over 125 years, we are part of a global powerhouse sharing the resources, knowledge and insights of a company spanning 488 offices and more than 20,000 individuals. As the world’s largest privately-owned property consultancy, we have the distinct advantage of taking a longer-term approach and investing in our client relationships versus being driven by the bottom line.

Our 1,000-strong Australian team apply their market knowledge and dedication giving our clients an edge across all commercial and residential property transactional and advisory services. Our extensive Australian footprint offers an unrivalled network of property experts, each with an in-depth understanding of local market subtleties, from metro cities to regional and remote areas.

Why Knight Frank has joined the Committee for Perth

By becoming a member, we want to show our support for the important work that the Committee for Perth does and our alignment with its guiding principles.

One of Knight Frank’s mantras is that we operate in locations where our clients need us to be. Another is that we provide a worldwide service that’s locally expert and globally informed – one that allows us to connect people and property.

A common thread in both cases is our local focus which is absolutely aligned with the Committee for Perth and its Vision for Perth and Peel; a region with an integrated strategic plan which ensures that Perth is a city to live, work, visit, study and invest. Every one of these elements has a property component and we believe we can contribute to the Committee’s work with our knowledge, expertise and local experience in each of these areas.

Acknowledgement of Country

The Committee For Perth acknowledges the traditional custodians throughout Western Australia and their continuing connection to the land, waters and community. We pay our respects to all members of the Aboriginal communities and their cultures; and to Elders both past and present.