Research

Comprehensive real estate insights and property trends in response to economic, business and market influences

Research

Our industry leading research and property reports play a key role in our commitment to deliver knowledge-based insights that help you make the most informed and valuable real estate decisions.

 

We produce regular and ad hoc research along with quarterly sentiment surveys to cover key industry and economic trends impacting the real estate sector across New Zealland for investor, developer and occupier clients.

 
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The research team provides market updates and commentary for our agents, clients and the media regarding the latest economic and industry trends. 

With updates in print, online, social, radio and TV, our research specialists deliver real-time updates reaching an extensive audience.

 
Research provide topical insights on the property market

We regularly help clients with bespoke requests on more complex market situations, providing them with customised solutions.

No matter the query, we can assist, whether it’s a segmentation analysis, investment strategy, demand and supply, forecasting, spatial analysis, catchment analysis or more. 

Our ability to combine data, insight and the latest in data tools, creates a unique offering and competitive edge for our clients.

 

 

Research services offer bespoke research services

If you want a high-level snapshot, in-depth commentary or detailed data on a specific location or sector, we have a suite of regularly updated research publications to suit.

We collate the latest information from across our network of experts and clients detailing vital knowledge for demand, supply, sales, leasing, valuations and all asset class investments.

 

Research reports

We are regularly called upon to provide presentations at major industry conferences, executive strategy meetings, boardroom updates or one-on-one sessions.

Whether you're an existing client or new to the market, we can assist you with the latest information at our offices or around the country. 

 
Research provide market updates

For those after a more analytical touch, the Colliers Real Estate Performance (REP) Database is a subscription-based service covering 20-years of historical data, five-year forecasts and accompanying commentary.

Many clients use this for benchmarking performances, setting strategic directions, board reporting, internal analysis or identifying the next market opportunity.

Research subscription based services
Latest news
28 Oct 2020
Election 2020 implications for property
The industrial and office sectors are likely to be the major beneficiaries from the election result last weekend upon a review of the Labour Party’s manifesto and policies, according to Colliers International.
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16 Oct 2020
Offices of the future: What has Covid-19 taught us?
Offices are expected to retain a key role in corporate culture and real estate strategy, though with a greater emphasis on remote working as well as a rethink on space and premises strategies.
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Latest research
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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23 Oct 2020
Asia Pacific Market Snapshot Q3 2020
Property markets across Asia Pacific continued to regain momentum in the third quarter as investors bet on the region’s long-term potential. Key major cities and emerging countries are seeing more positive outcomes than earlier in the year, with China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, India, Myanmar, Australia and New Zealand as just a few standout locations showing rising investor confidence and activity.
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