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Colliers | Auckland CBD

SAP Tower, Level 27, 151 Queen Street, Auckland, 1010, New Zealand
 

Colliers head office in Auckland's CBD is our largest office in the country offering a full range of brokerage and commercial property services. The office is home to the senior management team, as well as the key Auckland brokerage teams of Investment Sales, Office Leasing and Retail Leasing and our nationwide Capital Markets sales team that handle some of New Zealand’s largest commercial property transactions every year for key national clients. Our Property Syndication, Hotel Sales and Residential Projects teams are also based at this central office hub.

 

We also serve many of our occupiers and owners out of our Auckland CBD offices where our centralised Real Estate Management, Building Consultancy, Corporate Solutions, Project Leaders, Valuation and Advisory and Strategic Advisory team are based.

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Latest news
13 Aug 2020
Policy announcements could influence property sector activity
The 2020 general election could have a major influence on property sector sales activity if government policy announcements indicate a move towards any ‘restrictive’ legislation, according to a new analysis of election impacts over the past two decades.
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13 Aug 2020
The week in New Zealand real estate - 13 August 2020
A weekly update of the biggest real estate news from around New Zealand.
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Latest research
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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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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