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Colliers | Waipukurau

54-56 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 real estate in Waipukurau, offering a full range of rural and agribusiness services with a focus on irrigated land, cropping, sheep and beef, horticulture, dairy, and lifestyle property.


The Waipukurau office works collaboratively with Colliers 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 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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16 Jun 2021

The global build to rent round up - 16 June 2021

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16 Jun 2021

The week in corporate real estate - 16 June 2021

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Latest research

4 Jun 2021

New Zealand Research Report June 2021

Commercial and industrial total returns for New Zealand have surged over the past year, according to the latest MSCI data. We take a look at how each sector has performed and where the opportunities are forming. We also provide an economic data update, sector by sector sound bites and sales and leasing evidence from across the country.
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26 May 2021

Colliers Essentials | Auckland Metro Office Report | First Half 2021

Metropolitan office vacancy rates continued their upward trend over the six months to March 2021 but at a slower rate than evident over the previous six months. Overall vacancy increased to 6.9% from 6.3%. A majority of the movement was recorded within the prime sector with vacancy moving from 3.3% to 4.9%. The change is partially driven by the relocation of companies to new CBD headquarters, a notable example being Genesis Energy which has moved from Central Park to 155 Fanshawe Street. Vacancy within the secondary sector remained little changed at 7.5% compared with 7.3% in September.
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