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Property news and research for the Queenstown-Lakes and Otago Districts
Colliers Global Impact Report - 2020
Tuesday 13 Apr 2021
Focus on impactAt Colliers, we do what’s right and operate in ways that benefit the business, our people, our clients, our communities and the environment.
New Zealand Research Report - April 2021
Thursday 1 Apr 2021
New-Builds, Build-to-Rent and Commercial Property the winners from new housing policies? The government has announced a raft of new housing policies aimed at cooling residential demand and boosting supply.
Buying property off plan? Here's what to think about
Thursday 18 Mar 2021
With property listings in low supply and demand for property as high as ever, many buyers are broadening their property search to include off-plan opportunities.
8 reasons why house prices are rising
Monday 18 Jan 2021
No matter what your opinion on whether ‘something should be done’ to restrict the housing market, there’s no denying the unanticipated buoyancy is a hot topic.
Dunedin city residential investment updates 2020
Sunday 20 Dec 2020
Learn about the latest news in the Dunedin city and suburban residential investment market below - these regular Dunedin market updates cover investments, apartments, houses, student flats and land development.
Dunedin residential investment student demand
Tuesday 8 Dec 2020
As it turns out, nobody can predict anything anymore.
New Zealand Research Report - December 2020
Monday 7 Dec 2020
21 Predictions for 2021 As the last monthly Colliers International report for 2020, this report includes 21 predictions for 2021. Download the report at the link below.
New Zealand Research Report - November 2020
Monday 7 Dec 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.
Boutique apartments to anchor iconic Queenstown corner site
Thursday 19 Nov 2020
A boutique new collection of 11 luxury apartments, with a striking architectural presence at the entrance to central Queenstown, is now selling off the plans.
Queenstown property market resilient despite uncertainty
Thursday 12 Nov 2020
Queenstown’s property market has changed significantly in the wake of the global Covid-19 pandemic but has proved remarkably resilient, with confidence growing again and big infrastructure spending in the pipeline.