CBRE Capital Markets connects customers with capital and financial opportunity, providing local market expertise and research on investment opportunities. Using extensive market data and research, our Capital Markets professionals combine investment sales, advisory, finance and mortgage banking into a single, fully integrated service offering.
Across New Zealand, our Capital Markets team focuses on connecting clients with cross-border capital and growth opportunities. With an in-depth understanding of how capital is invested both within/across New Zealand, Asia Pacific and the world, our Capital Markets and finance professionals provide advice on where to find value and how to minimise risk.
Collaborating across geographic borders and markets, CBRE Capital Markets provides end-to-end integrated solutions across office, industrial, retail and other specialised sectors. We have the track record and financial industry background to deliver results for investors, institutions and companies.
We help investors and buyers acquire and dispose of commercial real estate, using our market intelligence and data to anticipate trends, command capital and maximise value. With investors increasingly diversifying across geographies, asset classes and the risk spectrum, CBRE connects customers with investment opportunities both around the country and offshore, ranging from small to medium sized investments in metropolitan and regional areas throughout New Zealand to institutional investments in core CBD locations around the world. Learn More
Debt & Structured Finance
We combine global expertise in real estate and financial markets to deliver complete funding solutions for clients. Our finance professionals offer in-depth market knowledge and strategic advice across the spectrum of real estate investment banking activities, including equity capital raising, debt and structured finance origination, secondary market transactions and advisory services. The team delivers a broad and complete range of funding sources from both domestic and offshore banks, and non-bank capital partners. Learn More