Commercial Property Syndication

Discover property syndication, the effective and affordable way to invest in commercial real estate.

With over 400 Colliers International commercial property staff in 19 offices across New Zealand, our distribution channels are well-positioned to co-ordinate and tap into the proportionate ownership markets nationwide. 

The Colliers Syndication team regularly brings new commercial property syndication opportunities to the market on behalf of a range of clients. Offering above-average cash returns to investors (ordinarily paid monthly) and with the relative security of proportional ownership of direct property assets, syndications are an effective investment tool in our client’s portfolios.

Investment in Proportionate Ownership Schemes is an effective and affordable way to participate in the commercial property markets and enjoy the benefits and returns from high performing real estate assets without having to deal with the hassle of day to day property management issues.

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Provida distribution centres offered for syndication
September 18, 2017 - New Zealand food logistics company Provida’s four national distribution centres are being offered to invest Read More
New Zealand Research Report - May 2018
May 04, 2018 - Auckland’s latest industrial vacancy, rents and confidence data continues to paint a strong picture for the industrial sector. Strong investment demand for industrial property has pushed yields to record low levels. Can these go lower? Download Document ( PDF 1.0 MB )
New Zealand Research Report - April 2018
April 06, 2018 - Both our March quarter surveys, on Commercial Investor Confidence and House Pricing, were significantly more positive than the December 2017 surveys, back up to around September 2017 levels. Is this reflective of wider sentiment? Download Document ( PDF 1.1 MB )
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