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Jeff Davidson | Colliers | Auckland CBD

Jeff Davidson

B.Comm

Director

License # 20024208 | Licensed under the REAA 2008

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About

Professional Summary

Jeff's career commenced in chartered accountancy before progressing to financial management roles in a range of diverse industries leading to his appointment as Managing Director of a prominent national real estate group before establishing his own consultancy business. Jeff's association with Colliers commenced in 2007 providing consultancy services to Colliers evaluating and making recommendations  to Colliers for new business opportunities. This work led to the re-establishment of the Residential Project Marketing Division in 2008 which has been involved in projects to date with a value of over $1billion. Jeff is responsible for the execution and successful sell down of medium to high density residential projects, liaising with clients, developing products that best meet market needs and driving a team of specialised project sales consultants to achieve targeted sales results that enables construction to commence at the earliest time.

Jeff continues to act as an independent member on advisory boards utilising the breadth of knowledge and experience gained across his diverse work experience. Colliers 2008 - current, RJD Consulting Limited 2006 - current, Bayleys Realty Group Limited 1999 - 2006, Ernest Adams Limited 1997 - 1999, Bridgestone Firestone Limited 1992 - 1997, Arthur Yates & Co Limited 1987 - 1992 and Deloitte (NZ and South Africa) 1980 - 1987. 

Accomplishments

Current projects in the market; Fabric of Spring St, 98 units $98m 30%,  Elementum  15 Townhouses and 116 apartment $113m 67%, Lightbox, 21 Terrace homes $33m 75%, Symphony 303, 36 units $58m, Te Mara, 27 Town Houses $23m, The Electric, 33 units, $54m, 88%, The Domain Collection, 69 units $165m

Completed / In Construction Projects

The Onehunga Mall Club, 102 units, $87m, 65%

Crown Lynn Yards, 56 units, $41m, 100%

Kenderdine Square,  42 units, $24m, 100%

Kotuitui, 60 units, $40m, 100%

Risland Albany, 140 units $109m,  80%

Fraser Ave, 102 units, $64m, 100%

Boathouse Bay 33 units, $33.8m, 100%

Fabric of Onehunga Stage 1 160 units, $125.2m 100%

Skhy - 76 units $68.2m,  100%

OKLA - 92 units $74.3m, 100%

Botanica (Residentiae) - 67 Units, $49.4m 100% project sell-down in 9 weeks following public launch, exceeding clients delivery and realisation targets 

Miro (XCJ Group Limited) - 94 units $73.1m Stalled project re-marketed by Colliers secured 90% sales in 9 months

Botanica Heritage (Residentiae) - 14 units $20.0m 100% sell down. Sales threshold achieved in pre-launch sales phase to enable developer to commence construction early

Alexandra Park (Auckland Trotting Club Inc) - 246 units, $296m 100% sell down in 18 months. Sales goals on all stages achieved within targeted timeframes 

Stamford Residences (Stamford Land Corporation) - 149 units, $151m 95% sold during GFC $140 million of premium apartments in Auckland CBD setting new apartment price records.

 

Education

Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)

Memberships & Involvements

Member - Institute of Directors

Trustee - NZ Dance Advancement Trust

Clients

NZ Living, Lamont & Co, Kingsman Developments Limited, Avant Group, Sunny Developments Limited, Residentiae, McDougall Reidy, Haydn & Rollett, Auckland Trotting Club,  XCJ Group Limited, Ngai Tahu Property, Stamford Land Corporation,

Services

Service Lines

Project Leaders

Property Type

Multifamily-Apartment

Featured Research

28 Mar 2022

Auckland Residential Development Report First Half 2022

New Zealand's housing market set a number of records in 2021. Fuelled by accommodative access to credit and low interest rates, values surged to record levels, sales activity reached multi-year highs and listings fell to historic lows.
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20 Oct 2021

Auckland Residential Development Report Second Half 2021

Despite disruption caused by COVID-19 enforced lockdowns, the last year has seen property values rising to new record levels, sales activity rising sharply and inventory levels falling rapidly. The development sector has ramped up its activity driven by a sharp increase in multi-unit construction supported by planning changes and new government legislation.
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4 Oct 2020

Auckland Residential Development Report First Half 2020

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