Colliers Tauranga team offer a wide range of real estate services, including industrial and commercial sales and leasing and the sale of businesses, motels and hotels. They are the market leader in the sale of commercial properties, including tenanted investments, vacant land and buildings.
Each broker offers a specific skill, enabling us to offer specialised service to all our clients. We also have the experience required to handle the largest development projects in the western Bay of Plenty market, from land purchase through to leasing and the on-sale of finished projects.
Key transactions include the sale of a half-share in Bayfair Mall, Mount Maunganui, for $110 million and the sale of the new Trust Power offices on Durham Street, Tauranga for $41 million.
We also have a dedicated rural team with experts in both transaction and rural property valuation across all sectors of horticulture, lifestyle, forestry and farming. Our rural experts cover the entire Bay of Plenty area with specialists based in Katikati and Te Puke as well as central Tauranga.
Simon is the managing director of the Colliers Tauranga office. With over 28 years in the industry, he is the most experienced and successful commercial broker in the region. He specialises in the sale of commercial and industrial investments as well as the lease of industrial properties. Throughout his long career, Simon has negotiated the majority of the largest transactions in his chosen market and has delivered in excess of $1 billion in sales.
Simon works closely with other Colliers branches around New Zealand and in Australia to ensure that local investment listings have the best possible exposure nationally and internationally. He also has an extensive local network including close relationships with private, corporate, Iwi and syndicator investors who come to him for his vast market knowledge and to ensure they will find the best investment opportunities.
Business & Motel Broker | Director
I started working in commercial real estate in 1992 after 20 plus years working in the travel industry. With my experience, I have established myself in motel broking and business/property sales around the Bay of Plenty and Waikato region. This involvement has covered leases, freehold going concerns, freehold investments, setting up new motels, design and build programs. Within nineteen years, I have achieved sales in excess of $100 million. I am also a member of the NZ Institute of Travel and hold a Level 3 Travel Management Qualification. MNZIT Level 1,2,3
Executive Director | Rural Valuation
Chris has 35 years valuation and consultancy experience across a wide variety of property related matters including compensation, financial reporting statutory compliance, acquisition and rural valuation. He previously held senior positions at both Valuation New Zealand and Quotable Value – where his primary focus was the Bay of Plenty and Waikato regions.
His client work for the firm since 2008 has covered a range of property types and issues including; agribusiness, horticultural , lifestyle and residential development land, forestry land valuations, Emission Trading Scheme issues, specialised asset valuations, valuations for financing, due dilligence tax compliance, trust formation, matrimonial disputes and compensation. In addition he has provided expert evidence in the High Court, District Court, Maori Land Court, Environment Court and Land Valuation Tribunal.
Chris’s infrastructure sector experience has included valuation and advisory projects covering compensation for easement and right of way property interests acquired by Transpower and other leading New Zealand energy companies, for new transmission lines and infrastructure upgrades, and compensation assessments for Crown entities taking property under the Public Works Act 1981 for motorways and pipelines.
His forestry sector experience has encompassed numerous valuation and advisory engagements throughout the country – including advice in relation to devolution of the New Zealand Forestry Service in the late 1980s, land value and rental review assessments as part of Crown Forestry license protocols and Maori Land rental review requirements, various Treaty of Waitangi settlement awards and providing expert evidence.
Chris is based in our Tauranga office and offers our clients sound market advice founded on a comprehensive understanding of the specific sector dynamics and balanced by experience gained working on behalf of owners, regulators and adjudicators in both the public and private domain. He is involved in a number of practice areas including forestry, dairy, Kiwifruit Avocados, infrastructure and pastoral.
Chris is the immediate past chairman of the Tauranga branch of the Property Institute of New Zealand and is a member of the Waikato No. 4 Land Valuation Tribunal.
Commercial Industrial Broker
I am an industrial broker based in Tauranga, New Zealand.
Commercial Industrial Broker
I have been leasing and selling real estate in the Mount Maunganui & Tauranga market for 10 years. I specialise in industrial sales and leasing as well as investment sales & have been involved in a number of design build projects.
Commercial Industrial Broker
I specialise in Commercial Sales and Leasing in Tauranga, Mount Maunganui and surrounding areas.
Industrial & Retail Broker
Rachel joined Colliers in 2017 with 25 years (and counting!) of property industry experience in Auckland, Wellington and Tauranga.
Rachel offers her clients a strong background in all facets of real estate having worked in a wide spectrum of property roles for retailers, landlords and developers. Roles include; Portfolio Leasing National Bank including both new branch rollout and CBD rationtionalisation, CBD high rise property and portfolio management for listed property vehicle, shopping centre leasing, industrial land subdivision and sales.
Rachel has unrivalled experience in the Tauriko Business Estate precinct having worked 10 years for the developer of the estate. Rachel is proud of her association with the Tauriko Business Estate project and the growth this has enabled the Tauranga region and its businesses.
Rachel knows where you are coming from and how to get the best from a property opportunity. Her relationship network is strong and her ability to forge long term relationships is a key strength of hers.
Rachel is a former Chairperson of the Tauranga Branch of the Property Council of New Zealand and is still an active participant in and advocate for the industry. More recently she has sat on the judging panel for the Property Council People in Property awards in the Bay of Plenty.
Rachel’s interest in the property industry started young as a fierce family competitor around the Monopoly board as a child and then completing a Bachelor of Business Studies Majoring in Valuation and Property Management from Massey University then a Masters in Property Studies from Lincoln University.
Out of the office Rachel is a mum to 3 very active boys (one has a keen eye for Monopoly) and is an avid (although not entirely successful) game fisher.
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