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LYZ Property Group

LYZ Property Group is Victoria's preeminent residential development company. Headquartered in Nanchang, Southeast China, LYZ (a subsidiary of Hengmao Group) has so far developed in excess of 2 million square meters of premium residential property and mix-use projects, including the award winning Hengmao Metro Garden, Hengmao Century Park, Hengmao Metropolis, Hengmao Sunshine State, Hengmao City Lights, Hengmao Forest Sea and so on. What sets LYZ apart from other local developers is its extensive Asian residential development experience of over 20 years.

LYZ's capabilities cover every facet of the development process including land acquisition, master planning, project concept and design strategies, marketing, project financing, operations management and asset disposition. A key to delivering the right homes for customers, LYZ aims for classic, timeless and beautiful buildings to be lived in and enjoyed along with affordable pricing to suit the owner.

Additionally, LYZ provides its development expertise as a principal in cooperative arrangements with other reputable developers and investors either in joint ventures or in developing strategic alliances. Ever Bright Group (EBG) which is one of our main strategic partners has been established in Victoria, Australia since 2005.

As a new Asian developer entering into the Australian market, LYZ believes it will significantly enhance and energize Australia's property development industry in its future growth.

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