Chris Dibble | Colliers International | Auckland CBD

Chris Dibble

National Director | Colliers Partnerships, Research & Communications

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About

Professional Summary

My Colliers Partnership priorities focus on support initiatives that drive collaboration, best practice learning, cost efficiencies and growth opportunities across the wider Colliers International New Zealand franchise network. I also oversee the collaboration and delivery of award-winning research reports and communications for Colliers. With over 13 years of experience and university qualifications in economics, geography, marketing and property. I have a multi-disciplinary approach that assists a broad range of clients and internal stakeholders. I am a regular presenter and market commentator, often discussing the latest insights on current and future property trends. I also work with in-house and external writers to curate an audience-focused content delivery strategy for Colliers.

Accomplishments

Colliers Awards:
■ MVP Professional Services Award 2014
■ Marketer of the Year 2015
■ Directors Award 2016
■ Team of the Year - Business & Professional Services 2016

 

Education

Waikato University, BSocSci - Econ & Geo

Waikato University, PG DIP - Marketing

Massey University, PG Dip - Property

University of Auckland, Certificate - Digital Marketing Strategy

Membership Involvements

RICS, MPINZ

Services

Service Lines
Research
Property Types
Industrial, Land, Office, Multifamily-Apartment, Retail

My Team

My Team

Featured Research
23 Jul 2020
Colliers Essentials | Auckland Industrial Report | First Half 2020
An easing in strong market conditions following COVID-19 impacts could result in a lift in vacancy rates. The increase in vacancy however will be from extremely low levels, measured at just 1.4% as at February 2020. Mitigating factors will be the bolstering of demand through a massive expansion in infrastructure spending and growth within sectors such as transport, warehousing and postal services, which is likely to accelerate given rapid familiarisation with online and ‘click and collect’ services.
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23 Jul 2020
Asia Pacific Market Snapshot Q2 2020
We have observed emerging and encouraging signs of recovery in APAC over Q2 of 2020. Investor appetite and activity have remained fairly firm against a backdrop of economic volatility and uncertainty. There are highly encouraging indicators that transactional activity have begun to pick up and we are expecting this to further gain pace in the coming months. This will become more prevalent as investors move to take advantage of the opportunities that will emerge as economies further stabilise and markets bounce back.
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3 Jul 2020
New Zealand Research Report July 2020
Several years of tightening market conditions across Auckland's CBD and metropolitan office markets led to a ramping up of development activity that was projects to last over the next few years. However, this expectation has changed in a post COVID-19 world.
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Featured News
10 Jun 2020
Opportunities ahead as rental assistance, working from home look set to continue – survey
A new survey suggests commercial property investors see plenty of opportunity in the months ahead, despite ongoing uncertainty around the impact of Covid-19.
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4 Jun 2020
Industrial remains resilient despite disruption
The industrial property sector’s strong fundamentals are likely to provide a buffer against market changes as New Zealand recovers from the economic disruption of the Covid-19 lockdown.
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4 May 2020
Major property funds better placed to ride out this downturn than the GFC
New Zealand’s major property funds are better positioned to ride out the current economic downturn than it was during the GFC, according to Colliers International experts.
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30 Apr 2020
More market considerations arising from COVID 19
After five weeks of lockdown in Alert Level 4, we are now in ‘Alert Level 3 – restrict’ for at least two weeks from 11:59pm on the 27th of April. Following on from our last monthly report in April, we provide more market considerations arising from COVID-19 over the past few weeks and potential implications for the property sector ahead.
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