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Penny Cable

Meet Penny

Penny leads the Property group at McCabes.

Penny is dedicated to servicing clients with their property transaction needs. Clients appreciate her ability to identify issues quickly, apply the best strategy to address them and achieving their goals efficiently and cost-effectively. Clients say that’s the reason they keep coming back to Penny for more advice.

With thorough technical skills and a focus on reducing risk for her clients, Penny’s advice helps balance their legal, commercial, and financial needs.

Penny has a proven ability to identify issues quickly and apply the best strategy to address them in line with her clients’ goals efficiently and cost-effectively. Her sensible, practical, and collaborative approach has seen Penny develop successful, long-term relationships with many satisfied clients over the past 30 years. These clients range from Australian and international private companies, local and state governments in NSW, individuals and families, religious organisations, financiers and not for profit associations across a range of industries and businesses of all sizes.

For over 30 years, Penny’s clients have benefited from Penny’s experience and advice on all property related transactions including major office, retail, residential developments, shopping centre and industrial warehousing acquisitions and disposals, commercial, retail and industrial leasing, property syndicates, joint ventures and hotel acquisitions and development.

Penny’s experience includes the sale of multi-million-dollar real estate under instructions from receivers and banks including residential, commercial and industrial properties and drafting, negotiating real estate joint venture transactions, drafting and negotiating commercial contracts for property developments and advising on recovery of investments for financiers including workouts, forced sales and litigation, drafting and negotiating leases, licences easements and access, and relationship agreements with adjoining owners and developers.

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