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11 Sep 2020
Colliers Essentials | Auckland Retail Report | Second Half 2020
The retail sector has been significantly impacted by the trading restrictions associated with lockdowns, putting pressure on cashflows. Vacancy rates have begun to increase in response with Auckland’s overall rate rising to to 3.8%% (approximately 67,000 sq m) compared to the 3.3% recorded six-months prior. Vacancy within the CBD increased from 2.1% to 2.8% an increase of 1,200 sq m of additional vacant space.
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8 Sep 2020
Colliers Essentials | Wellington Retail Report | Second Half 2020
Vacant space in the CBD rose to over 7,000 sq m in the June quarter reflecting a vacancy rate of 6.7% compared to the 4.1% recorded in the December quarter last year. The increase was largely influenced by a small number of larger units which have become available in the Willis Street precinct.
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4 Sep 2020
New Zealand Research Report September 2020
While the result of the 2020 election is still weeks and possibly months away, what is certain now is that whoever forms the government is set to unleash massive fiscal stimulus in order to reinvigorate the economy post COVID-19. Unprecedented spending on infrastructure will bring long-term economic benefits and will also have a profound impact upon property.
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7 Aug 2020
New Zealand Research Report August 2020
We have analysed sales activity and confidence surveys coinciding with the past six elections to assess if Election 2020 will have an impact on property investing. Analysis of residential sales activity surrounding the last six elections shows that the level of sales activity generally varies little from its current trend, unless there is a significant government property-related policy in the limelight. Analysis of commercial and industrial property sales activity since 2000 shows little divergence in purchasing trends when analysed against election campaign periods, potentially a result of the sector’s being less influenced by policy outcomes than the residential sector.
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