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Adrian Goh | Colliers | Auckland CBD

Adrian Goh

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Professional Summary

Adrian conducts and prepares market research reports covering commercial and residential sectors across New Zealand. Alongside this, he actively manages a range of Colliers’ proprietary databases used in providing data-driven solutions for clients and  Colliers’ award-winning research reports. Coming from an academic background in finance and commercial law, Adrian has a unique approach in conducting market macro and micro economic analysis. Prior to joining Colliers, Adrian worked as an assistant valuer assisting with property and plant and machinery valuations at Beca Group.

Education

Bachelor of Commerce - Finance and Commercial Law

Bachelor of Property - Specialization 

Featured Research

1 Apr 2021

New Zealand Research Report April 2021

The government has announced a raft of new housing policies aimed at cooling residential demand and boosting supply. While investors of existing residential properties look to be the target, discussion is mounting on the benefits the ‘new-build’ residential sector, Build-to-Rent (BTR) and commercial property sector may receive.
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24 Mar 2021

Colliers Essentials | Auckland CBD Office Report | First Half 2021

Auckland CBD’s overall vacancy rate increased to 8.8% in December 2020, up from the record-low 4.7% registered just 12-months prior. The increase reflects a combination of the impact of COVID-19 and the addition of over 54,000 sqm of new prime graded stock. The latter primarily responsible for prime grade vacancy almost doubling to sit at 6.8%, up from 3.5% recorded in June 2020, whilst secondary grade vacancy increased from 8.5% in June 2020 to 10.6%.
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24 Mar 2021

Colliers Essentials | Auckland Retail Report | First Half 2021

Vacancy rates across Auckland continued their upward trend over the second half of 2020 due, primarily, to movement with the strip retail sector. Overall vacancy reached 4.5% in December up from the 3.3% recorded a year earlier. Overall strip retail vacancies (incl. suburban strips) have increased to a record high of 8.5%, up almost 15,500 sqm compared to the same time last year.
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Featured News

21 Jan 2021

New Zealand Retail Property Market: 2020 Review and 2021 Forecast

The economic backdrop for New Zealand’s economy, and the confidence provided for consumers to increase their spending levels, has surprised to the upside over the second half of 2020.
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21 Jan 2021

New Zealand Office Property Market: 2020 Review and 2021 Forecast

Office markets across the country are experiencing a rise in space availability as businesses reflect on the changing economic situation and pivot to new workplace strategies due to Covid-19.
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