Chris Dibble | Colliers International | Auckland CBD

Chris Dibble

National Director | Colliers Partnerships, Research & Communications

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About

Professional Summary

My Colliers Partnership priorities focus on support initiatives that drive collaboration, best practice learning, cost efficiencies and growth opportunities across the wider Colliers International New Zealand franchise network. I also oversee the collaboration and delivery of award-winning research reports and communications for Colliers. With over 13 years of experience and university qualifications in economics, geography, marketing and property. I have a multi-disciplinary approach that assists a broad range of clients and internal stakeholders. I am a regular presenter and market commentator, often discussing the latest insights on current and future property trends. I also work with in-house and external writers to curate an audience-focused content delivery strategy for Colliers.

Accomplishments

Colliers Awards:
■ MVP Professional Services Award 2014
■ Marketer of the Year 2015
■ Directors Award 2016
■ Team of the Year - Business & Professional Services 2016

 

Education

Waikato University, BSocSci - Econ & Geo

Waikato University, PG DIP - Marketing

Massey University, PG Dip - Property

University of Auckland, Certificate - Digital Marketing Strategy

Memberships & Involvements

RICS, MPINZ

Services

Service Lines
Research
Property Type
Industrial, Land, Office, Multifamily-Apartment, Retail

My Team

My Team

Featured Research
30 Nov 2020
Colliers Essentials | Auckland Metro Office Report | Second Half 2020
Overall vacancy within Auckland’s Metropolitan Office market rose to 6.3%, up from the 5.6% recorded 12 months prior, but still well below the 20-year average of 8.4%. Occupier interest and demand in prime quality office space remains elevated which has resulted in vacancy within the Prime sector remaining largely unchanged at 3.3%. Vacancy within the secondary sector increased from 6.3% in September 2019 to 7.3%.
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26 Nov 2020
Colliers Essentials | Auckland Industrial Report | Second Half 2020
Market conditions eased slightly over the six months to September with vacancy rising to 2.1% from March’s record low of 1.4%. Prime grade vacancy held steady at 1.2% while the secondary grade sector saw vacancy increase from 1.6% to 2.5%. Given current high demand for industrial space it seems likely that vacancy is at, or close to, peak levels.
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5 Nov 2020
New Zealand Research Report November 2020
Results of two major vacancy surveys show a softening of market conditions within both the Auckland industrial and metropolitan office markets. From here though, trends look likely to diverge. Strong leasing demand indicates that vacancy rates in the Industrial market are at, or close to peaking while a combination of tenant movements, contraction and adoption of flexible working options will see metropolitan vacancy rates rising over the year ahead.
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Featured News
17 Sep 2020
How long is too long? An analysis of typical lease terms in the Auckland office market
Our research looks at the average lease term in the Auckland office market to help inform landlords and tenants when entering an office lease agreement
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17 Aug 2020
Big data suggests office and retail recovery
A big data analysis shows people are increasingly getting back to city centres and tourism hotspots, suggesting a return to some more normal occupancy trends in the office market and promising signs for the retail sector.
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10 Jun 2020
Opportunities ahead as rental assistance, working from home look set to continue – survey
A new survey suggests commercial property investors see plenty of opportunity in the months ahead, despite ongoing uncertainty around the impact of Covid-19.
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4 Jun 2020
Industrial remains resilient despite disruption
The industrial property sector’s strong fundamentals are likely to provide a buffer against market changes as New Zealand recovers from the economic disruption of the Covid-19 lockdown.
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