Tauranga

Colliers | Tauranga

4 Cameron Road, Tauranga, 3110, New Zealand
 

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.

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20 Oct 2020
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