What is inside?
Why Christchurch’s strong office sector is defying expectations
Christchurch was already experiencing strong office demand with vacancy on a downward trend sine late 2018 as the post-earthquake rebuild supply cycle had run its course. Surprisingly, with the onset of COVID-19, Christchurch remained resilient throughout 2020 with vacancy levels on par with pre-earthquake levels. Read more
The unstoppable thirst for land and the popularity of development sites
In late 2020 the demand in the residential boom was trickling into the commercial market, seeing residential developers outbidding commercial developers for mixed-use development sites. Nearly 12 months on, the unprecedented demand in the residential market has filtered through to other sectors of the market, including industrial. Read more
Why Christchurch has become a preferred investment destination
Residents of New Zealand’s most modern city now have a modern, high-tech and attractive city centre to proudly display to the world. The city’s growth and economy have fuelled the property investment market, and national and offshore investors have taken notice. Read more
Is New Zealand ready to go shopping?
Unless you supplied toilet paper, flour or home office products, the majority of the retail sector was turned upside down by COVID-19 in 2020. Fast forward one year and the light at the end of the tunnel seems to be getting brighter as retail markets begin to bounce back. Read more