Business Summary
D.J. MacCormick Property Group are privately-owned land developers in Perth, established in 1974.
About Us

From its beginnings in the civil engineering sector, D.J. MacCormick Property Group has expanded from residential, industrial, commercial sales & leasing, project management and development analysis to residential land development. We provide land packages in locations throughout Western Australia.

Our blocks of land are fully serviced – ready for you to develop your dream house. We do everything in-house. Our team of professional engineers and civil contractors also build the parks and roads for all our land development projects. We manage the property development process from acquisition, subdivision, contract administration, marketing and sales, right to the point of settlement.

What is a land title?
A legal document issued by the relevant state’s official government department for land ownership. On the document, the owner’s name is listed with a legal description of the particular land. This document is needed for settlement to take place. Without titles, settlement cannot be finalised on the piece of land. Each lot in DJ MacCormick’s estates has its own certificate of title.
What is settlement?
Settlement is the process in which property legally changed from one owner to another and the full purchase price is paid to the seller. When you purchase with DJ MacCormick Property Group and have received a notification that your property has settled, this means the lot ownership has been officially transferred from DJ MacCormick into your name.
Why should I buy from DJ MacCormick?
DJ MacCormick prides itself on developing attractive and functional private estates for residents whom enjoy living within communities that provide lifestyle and location. Our estates are lined with street trees and gardens to create a stunning streetscape, completed with parks that have fully equipped BBQ facilities, and consist of a range of lots including traditional and cottage to suit your budget and lifestyle.
How much can I afford?
Buying or building a home is one of the biggest investments one can make so it is important you’re comfortable with the financial commitment long term. The best way to start is by looking at your current financial situation and working out how much you can afford each week in mortgage repayments by drawing up a budget. If you are already renting, you will have a good idea on how much you can aim for each week in repayments and if you can afford a little more or would like to pay less.