Is the workplace sublease explosion a myth?

Is the workplace sublease explosion a myth?

When New Zealand went into lockdown in March 2020, our office leasing team saw a spike in subleasing enquiries within the Auckland market. A year on, Campbell Pritchard looks at where the market sits now and how much sublease space there actually is.
Why two-bedroom apartments are at their cheapest for years, plus three other insights from Residential Advantage 2021

Why two-bedroom apartments are at their cheapest for years, plus three other insights from Residential Advantage 2021

The continual expansion and intensification of Auckland’s urban areas set a compelling backdrop for CBRE New Zealand’s annual Residential Advantage event, providing the latest insights into Auckland's medium and high-density residential market.
Purchase price allocation tax changes, are you ready?

Purchase price allocation tax changes, are you ready?

New changes to tax rules relating to the allocation of purchase price for mixed asset transactions, including commercial property, will be taking effect from 1 July 2021. Phil Overend summarises the upcoming requirements and how this could be advantageous for commercial property vendors.
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Is the workplace sublease explosion a myth?

Is the workplace sublease explosion a myth?

When New Zealand went into lockdown in March 2020, our office leasing team saw a spike in subleasing enquiries within the Auckland market. A year on, Campbell Pritchard looks at where the market sits now and how much sublease space there actually is.
Why two-bedroom apartments are at their cheapest for years, plus three other insights from Residential Advantage 2021

Why two-bedroom apartments are at their cheapest for years, plus three other insights from Residential Advantage 2021

The continual expansion and intensification of Auckland’s urban areas set a compelling backdrop for CBRE New Zealand’s annual Residential Advantage event, providing the latest insights into Auckland's medium and high-density residential market.
Purchase price allocation tax changes, are you ready?

Purchase price allocation tax changes, are you ready?

New changes to tax rules relating to the allocation of purchase price for mixed asset transactions, including commercial property, will be taking effect from 1 July 2021. Phil Overend summarises the upcoming requirements and how this could be advantageous for commercial property vendors.
Rapid growth in number of retirement units

Rapid growth in number of retirement units

Rapidly ageing populations and retirees’ growing wealth are driving strong demand for senior housing in several of Asia Pacific’s developed markets, including New Zealand. Michael Gunn explains how the market has evolved and why we’ve seen such strong growth in the retirement village sector.
Is New Zealand on the cusp of greater data centre demand?

Is New Zealand on the cusp of greater data centre demand?

The unprecedented increased in internet demand last year led to an obvious spike in the requirements for data storage. As a result, data centre operators are seeking opportunities to expand into other cities. Zoltan Moricz explores what this means for New Zealand and if we are ready for the impact.
Government property decisions are now influenced by NABERSNZ ratings  – have you caught up?

Government property decisions are now influenced by NABERSNZ ratings – have you caught up?

Following the announcement introducing a NABERSNZ minimum star ratings requirement on existing and new office tenancies for all mandated government agencies, Manoj Ediriweera summarises these changes and outlines the benefits for landlords.
Liquid New Zealand property market highlighting depth of dry powder

Liquid New Zealand property market highlighting depth of dry powder

After the first 2020 lockdown was behind us, H2 saw the continuation of a strong investment market in New Zealand, although there was still a cautious but optimistic air to most campaigns. Ultimately, we saw continued asset price growth across the main markets and total transaction volumes of $2.9 billion, in the $20 million plus space for the year.
The future of commercial property is looking bright

The future of commercial property is looking bright

At our recent CBRE Market Outlook: Restart the Uneven Recovery event we discussed the outlook for key market sectors within Auckland around supply, demand, vacancy and yields.
The future of work is a work in progress

The future of work is a work in progress

New Zealand occupiers are in a better position than the majority of our global counterparts with a good deal of normality in our day-to-day office life. The next 12 + months will likely reshape the future of workplace within New Zealand, refocusing, and at time accelerating, how the changes are adapted and implemented.