Peard Real Estate Agents

Information verified correct on October 26th, 2016

Peard Real Estate LogoIf you’re looking to buy, sell or rent in Western Australia, Peard Real Estate has local knowledge and experience.

Peard Real Estate is a privately owned real company with locations across WA. Rather than operating on the typical real estate agency franchise model, each Peard office is at least 51% owned by the Peard Group, with their corporate office providing centralised finance, marketing and human resource management. This structure means consumers can expect a consistent standard of service across the group’s offices.


Peard Real Estate was established in 1997 in Hillarys, WA. The group has now grown to a network of more than a dozen locations across the state.

The group’s local WA focus has seen it outperform some of its biggest rivals in Australia, with Peard’s Hillary office awarded top honours by the Real Estate Institute of Western Australia (REIWA) for both the number and value of properties sold in the past five years. In the 2014/15 financial year, the group sold nearly $1.4 billion worth of property across 12 branches.


Peard Real Estate offers a variety of services for property buyers, sellers and renters, including finance broking and financial planning.


Peard provides services to buyers and sellers of residential property. The company advertises its properties through a purpose-built website, social media and mobile marketing as well as its own Perth lifestyle and entertainment magazine. The magazine, PRIMO, is distributed throughout Perth, Karratha and south west WA. The company also employs in-house auctioneers.

Buyers can use the agency’s online portal to register their interest in specific properties, or set preferences for property types and price ranges. The agency’s site also offers suburb profiles and buying tips.

As well as these buying and selling services, Peard offers rental listings, along with an appraisal service for landlords, an online portal for renters to register interest and an online rental application platform.


Peard Real Estate handles a variety of commercial real estate transactions, including vacant blocks for development.


The agency also handles larger developments and can assist with project marketing, project management and land acquisitions and disposal.


Peard Real Estate has its own in-house settlement and conveyancing services through its Evolution Settlements brand.

Finance broking

Peard Real Estate’s broking arm, Peard Finance, offers broker services for residential loans, construction loans, personal loans, vehicle finance, short term bridging loans, debt consolidation and business finance. The company can also provide solutions for self-employed and poor credit borrowers.

Financial planning

Peard Finance offers financial planning services, including liaising with clients’ solicitors, accountants and insurers to build a financial strategy.


Peard Real Estate has offices in the following Western Australia locations:

  • Canning Vale
  • Hillarys
  • Joondalup
  • Karratha City
  • Leederville
  • Mandurah
  • Mindarie
  • Rockingham
  • Scarborough
  • Swan Valley
  • Victoria Park

The company also has Subiaco office for its finance arm and its settlements business.

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