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Actions and reactions

Inflation and interest rates remain pesky handbrakes on the commercial and industrial sector but we expect to see more action on the sales front this year.

Hope and substance

With Q1 2024 almost done, what has the rest of the year got in store for vendors, investors, landlords and occupiers?

Walkable cities

Creating urban neighbourhoods where amenities and services are all within easy walking distance of where people live, is bringing value upside.

Consents in the fast lane

The Government’s planned fast-track process for resource consents has the potential to spark greater market activity and innovation in the commercial, residential and industrial property sectors.

Tide turning

It’s an interesting landscape for property as we track into the Year of the Dragon, with a new government and fresh opportunities in the commercial and industrial property space.

Revolutionising commercial property

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the launch of Bayleys’ Total Property portfolio. Despite many challenges and changes over the past quarter of a century, Total Property has maintained an enduring presence in the New Zealand market.

Indicators on

The commercial and industrial real estate environment is responding to market signals and Bayleys business line leaders are upbeat about the year ahead.

The immigration equation

With borders open, staff shortages are becoming a thing of the past for some businesses, but what does surging immigration mean for supply and inflation?

Turning the corner

Other than well-capitalised private investors, the broader commercial real estate investment market has had a bout of stage fright this year.

Hard ground, green shoots

Bayleys’ core commercial and industrial business line leaders reflect on the year that was.

Capital controls

Transaction volumes are near GFC levels, but analysts are confident there is plenty of capital waiting in the wings. The question on everybody’s lips is what is going to make investors engage, and when?

The space in-between

New Zealand and Australian occupiers agree that a centralised office is core to their operational strategies, although many are still grappling with optimal workplace footprints according to a new survey.

Actions and reactions

Inflation and interest rates remain pesky handbrakes on the commercial and industrial sector but we expect to see more action on the sales front this year.

Hope and substance

With Q1 2024 almost done, what has the rest of the year got in store for vendors, investors, landlords and occupiers?

Walkable cities

Creating urban neighbourhoods where amenities and services are all within easy walking distance of where people live, is bringing value upside.

Consents in the fast lane

The Government’s planned fast-track process for resource consents has the potential to spark greater market activity and innovation in the commercial, residential and industrial property sectors.

Tide turning

It’s an interesting landscape for property as we track into the Year of the Dragon, with a new government and fresh opportunities in the commercial and industrial property space.

Revolutionising commercial property

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the launch of Bayleys’ Total Property portfolio. Despite many challenges and changes over the past quarter of a century, Total Property has maintained an enduring presence in the New Zealand market.

Indicators on

The commercial and industrial real estate environment is responding to market signals and Bayleys business line leaders are upbeat about the year ahead.

The immigration equation

With borders open, staff shortages are becoming a thing of the past for some businesses, but what does surging immigration mean for supply and inflation?

Turning the corner

Other than well-capitalised private investors, the broader commercial real estate investment market has had a bout of stage fright this year.

Hard ground, green shoots

Bayleys’ core commercial and industrial business line leaders reflect on the year that was.

Capital controls

Transaction volumes are near GFC levels, but analysts are confident there is plenty of capital waiting in the wings. The question on everybody’s lips is what is going to make investors engage, and when?

The space in-between

New Zealand and Australian occupiers agree that a centralised office is core to their operational strategies, although many are still grappling with optimal workplace footprints according to a new survey.

Actions and reactions

Inflation and interest rates remain pesky handbrakes on the commercial and industrial sector but we expect to see more action on the sales front this year.

Hope and substance

With Q1 2024 almost done, what has the rest of the year got in store for vendors, investors, landlords and occupiers?

Walkable cities

Creating urban neighbourhoods where amenities and services are all within easy walking distance of where people live, is bringing value upside.

Consents in the fast lane

The Government’s planned fast-track process for resource consents has the potential to spark greater market activity and innovation in the commercial, residential and industrial property sectors.

Tide turning

It’s an interesting landscape for property as we track into the Year of the Dragon, with a new government and fresh opportunities in the commercial and industrial property space.

Revolutionising commercial property

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the launch of Bayleys’ Total Property portfolio. Despite many challenges and changes over the past quarter of a century, Total Property has maintained an enduring presence in the New Zealand market.

Indicators on

The commercial and industrial real estate environment is responding to market signals and Bayleys business line leaders are upbeat about the year ahead.

The immigration equation

With borders open, staff shortages are becoming a thing of the past for some businesses, but what does surging immigration mean for supply and inflation?

Turning the corner

Other than well-capitalised private investors, the broader commercial real estate investment market has had a bout of stage fright this year.

Hard ground, green shoots

Bayleys’ core commercial and industrial business line leaders reflect on the year that was.

Capital controls

Transaction volumes are near GFC levels, but analysts are confident there is plenty of capital waiting in the wings. The question on everybody’s lips is what is going to make investors engage, and when?

The space in-between

New Zealand and Australian occupiers agree that a centralised office is core to their operational strategies, although many are still grappling with optimal workplace footprints according to a new survey.