News & research
Property news and research for the Queenstown-Lakes and Otago Districts
Market review and outlook 2019-20
Tuesday 3 Dec 2019
Knowledge is power - before you make your next property move, make sure you're informed on the latest stats, trends and property forecasts for Queenstown, Dunedin and Wanaka.
New Zealand Hotels | COVID-19 Impact and Recovery
Tuesday 16 Jun 2020
Market Update May 2020The COVID-19 pandemic is having a profound impact on the global tourism and hotel sector.
Dunedin city residential investment updates 2020
Friday 12 Jun 2020
Learn about the latest news in the Dunedin city residential investment market below - these regular Dunedin market updates cover investments, apartments, student flats and land development.
New Zealand Research Report - May 2020
Saturday 30 May 2020
More market considerations arising from COVID-19After five weeks of lockdown in Alert Level 4, we are now in ‘Alert Level 3 – restrict’ for at least two weeks from 11:59pm...
Early signs of recovery in Queenstown holiday home market
Thursday 21 May 2020
One of Queenstown’s leading holiday home operators is reporting a surge in bookings as New Zealand moves down Alert Levels.
What’s my property worth?
Friday 17 Apr 2020
Some clients have been asking whether it’s still an option to get their asset appraised during Alert Levels 3 and 4.
12 ways to work remotely during Covid-19
Monday 23 Mar 2020
As New Zealand ramps up its response to Covid-19, companies and organisations are introducing remote working to help combat the spread of the virus and safeguard business continuity.
Queenstown 2020 Commercial Property Update
Thursday 27 Feb 2020
MARKET PERFORMANCE The Queenstown commercial property market performed strongly in 2019 with total sales values likely to be the highest the area has seen.
Otago & Southland Market Overview Colliers International Rural & Agribusiness
Tuesday 18 Feb 2020
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New Zealand Research Report - February 2020
Friday 7 Feb 2020
The Big New Zealand Upgrade In the late 2019 the government announced a $12 million injection for infrastructure. In late January 2020, $6.