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Commercial Property Trends and Market Reports

Access vital commercial property reports covering emerging market trends in Australia and New Zealand.

We produce high level, forward-thinking specialty property research reports and white papers on new and emerging issues, trends and movements in the commercial property industry, residential real estate markets, and other emerging and niche property sectors.


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New Zealand Workplace Report 2016
The workplace is changing. There is on-going demand for more efficient, agile, and flexible space to meet the needs of a new workforce. Tenants are implementing new designs to meet demand, increase density and keep costs down.
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2016 Property Outlook
Occupier and investor demand in Asia Pacific on the rise.
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2016 Queenstown Market Report
Welcome to Colliers International’s Market Review and Outlook 2016. In this report we discuss the various forces driving the property market’s performance in 2015 and early 2016, along with our projections for the next 12 to 18 months.
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New Zealand Capital Markets Report 2016
2016: The Start of Something Big? Purchasers are exploring new markets, new sectors and new opportunities — but are they taking on too much?
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New Zealand Capital Markets Report Q2 2015
New Zealand Unleased - New Zealand’s favourable investment conditions for offshore parties, as well as locals, have led to a strong run in 2014.
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2014 Workplace Report
In the seventh edition of our biennial CBD office workplace report, data for leases entered into between August 2012 and July 2014 have been analysed in Auckland, Wellington, Hamilton, Christchurch and Dunedin.
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2015 Queenstown Market Report
Welcome to Colliers International’s Market Review and Outlook 2015. In this report we discuss the various forces driving the property market’s performance in 2014 and early 2015, along with our projections for the next 12 to 18 months.
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Dunedin University Investment Market Sales Report Q2 2015
In this issue, we look at the 1 Quarter of 2015 and breakdown the sales across the market. Vacancy levels have increased throughout the student area, including the central Campus area and the University has announced a drop in enrolments, which may have a flow-on effect to market values in time. We examine the upcoming letting season and what to do to maximise your exposure to potential tenants for 2016.
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Dunedin University Investment Market Sales Report Q3 2015
In this issue we discuss the rising Auckland investor interest in the Dunedin Student Market and its possible effect on value. Campus property is still at the forefront of buyers’ attention, with continued high volume of sales on previous years, while larger property and studios appear favourable again. The Otago Daily Times on Monday 14 September 2015 also re-printed and expanded on the Auckland investor movement we raised. The ODT article is here: http://www.odt.co.nz/news/business/355712/auckland-investors-eye-south .
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Dunedin University Investment Market Sales Report Q4 2015
After popular feedback and request, we have released our A3 investment wall planner for the second year in a row. It contains the student semesters, exams, breaks and key dates for planning your property around the tenants’ movements. If you would...
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Dunedin University Investment Market Sales Report Q3 2016
It’s an exciting time for owners as investment buyers are competing heavily for property in the student area and wider residential rental market, pushing up prices and subsequent yields are lowering to levels not seen in recent years. Out of town buyers continue to play an influencing role in the market and we have predictions on the new LVR rules and the likely impact on the market.
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