Waipukurau

Colliers | Waipukurau

76 Ruataniwha Street, Waipukurau, 4200, New Zealand
 

Waipukurau is the largest town in the Central Hawke’s Bay District and is an established farming community offering a huge variety of land opportunities.

 

Our team of experts specialise in rural real estate and agribusiness, offering a full range of services with a focus on irrigated land, cropping, sheep and beef, horticulture, dairy, and lifestyle property.

 

The Waipukurau office works collaboratively with Colliers International in Napier and Havelock North to provide a comprehensive range of commercial and rural property services across the entire Hawke's Bay region. 

 

Our team is well resourced drawing on Colliers International’s national and global networks for best practice advice and market expertise. Strong client relationships and a commitment to excellence is at the heart of everything we do.

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18 Feb 2020
NZ Occupier Update | 18 February 2020
The latest news for commercial property occupiers with local and overseas updates, including central government announcement of a $300M package aimed at getting homeless people into better accommodation.
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17 Feb 2020
59 The Strand and 37 Monmouth Street in Tauranga up for auction
An investment property at the heart of Tauranga’s waterfront hospitality district and a CBD fringe redevelopment opportunity will go under the hammer next month.
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Latest research

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18 Feb 2020
Kiwifruit property market review | Bay of Plenty | February 2020
The kiwifruit industry is going strong with continuous growth and steady increases in total production areas, improved yields and strong brand recognition. Find out more about the market in Colliers' review of the Bay of Plenty kiwifruit property market.
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7 Feb 2020
New Zealand Research Report February 2020
The Big New Zealand Upgrade. In late 2019 the government announced a $12 million injection for infrastructure.
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