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Site for sale opens way for new entrant on vibrant Jackson Street

Petone’s vibrant Jackson Street commercial strip awaits its next major entrant as a high-profile premises goes up for sale.

Kaiwharawhara showroom and warehouse property for sale with vacant possession

A well-proportioned building with character and future upside in Kaiwharawhara is for lease or sale as the current tenant prepares to vacate the property with its lease ending 30th September 2024.

Buyers shift into high gear with Hornby investment

An architecturally designed post-earthquake industrial facility is generating interest among passive investors attracted to the size, location, and long-term lease to a multinational auto trader.

New Zealand industrial market update 2024

This report highlights that the industrial market remains tight, but some headwinds are arising with vacancies edging. With limited supply, more tenants are becoming owner-occupiers to improve security of tenure and mitigate rising rents.

Bidding starts at $1 for pivotally-located Manukau commercial units

Agents marketing commercial space within a high-profile Manukau tower have received clear instructions from the vendor that they will be sold and the auction reserve has been set at the peppercorn figure of $1.

Buyers study new options for landmark Tokoroa site

The famed former hotel that has for 20 years housed a leading Māori education provider is up for sale, heralding a new chapter for a Tokoroa landmark.

Boundary lines are indicative only
Developers weigh options for key central Whanganui landholding

A destination retail development, inner city apartment complex or landmark mixed-use project are among possibilities mooted for a prime Whanganui site now up for sale.

Boundary lines are indicative only
Distinctive Grey Lynn office rides transformation wave

Surrounded by a vibrant commercial precinct and high-density residential, a standalone commercial property on Grey Lynn’s northern slopes is poised for its next reinvention with preferable zoning fundamentals and a lease approaching its final expiry..

Boundary lines are indicative only
The only motel in the village offers investment advantage

The only large-scale accommodation offering in Matakana Village has been placed on the market for sale, attracting attention from investors eager to capitalise on the strategic location as the gateway to Northern Auckland’s famed Matakana coastline.

Interest in alternative lenders rises

With banks rationalising their commercial real estate loan books, non-bank lenders are plugging a funding gap in the property development market.

Neighbourhood retail centre lures those shopping for resilient assets

A busy neighbourhood shopping centre in the West Auckland suburb of Kelston, with robust tenant covenants and favourable zoning that permits more intensive development activity, is for sale as its offshore owners’ plans change.

Rural Insight Kiwifruit

The challenges of fruit quality and pack out yields have largely dissipated with a bounce in Orchard Gate Returns (OGR) rebuilding confidence in the market. The improved comparative OGR is positive given recent inflation of costs on the orchard.

Golden glow returning to kiwifruit sector

After four of the most challenging seasons the sector has ever faced, kiwifruit returns are being buoyed by renewed optimism in the sector’s future.

Rural Insight Pastoral

Margins on farm continue to be compressed with red meat commodity prices coming off their peak and now sitting at or below 5 year average export value. Together with

Pastoral options provide strategic opportunities

A contraction in forestry sector interest in pastoral land has cleared a path for red meat farmers wanting to expand their farming operations and capitalise on realistic land opportunities.

Rural Insight Lifestyle

Prices have reduced after big gains during the pandemic, but still remain elevated relative to the pre-pandemic levels. Sale processes are generally taking longer with more conditional buyers present.

Rural Insight Viticulture

With yields being down this season it has meant one of the best vintages in sometime with the fruit picked reported to be exceptionally good. Supply has finally caught up demand, putting pressure on price and recent inflated cost has seen margins reduce.

Viticulture toasts better times ahead

A significant shift in the dynamics of supply and demand in the viticultural sector is underpinning purchase decisions, as the market rebalances grape supply with consumer demand.

Rural Insight Dairy

The mid-point farm gate milk price to $7.80/kgMS in May is positive, however higher than expected inflation has continued to squeeze margins. This continues to influence the level of activity in the dairy market.

Scarcity of national dairy platform underpins values

Scarcity of the national dairy platform and a buyer focus on quality farms continue to underpin firmer dairy land values through a period of lower farm returns and rising costs.

Site for sale opens way for new entrant on vibrant Jackson Street

Petone’s vibrant Jackson Street commercial strip awaits its next major entrant as a high-profile premises goes up for sale.

Kaiwharawhara showroom and warehouse property for sale with vacant possession

A well-proportioned building with character and future upside in Kaiwharawhara is for lease or sale as the current tenant prepares to vacate the property with its lease ending 30th September 2024.

Buyers shift into high gear with Hornby investment

An architecturally designed post-earthquake industrial facility is generating interest among passive investors attracted to the size, location, and long-term lease to a multinational auto trader.

New Zealand industrial market update 2024

This report highlights that the industrial market remains tight, but some headwinds are arising with vacancies edging. With limited supply, more tenants are becoming owner-occupiers to improve security of tenure and mitigate rising rents.

Bidding starts at $1 for pivotally-located Manukau commercial units

Agents marketing commercial space within a high-profile Manukau tower have received clear instructions from the vendor that they will be sold and the auction reserve has been set at the peppercorn figure of $1.

Buyers study new options for landmark Tokoroa site

The famed former hotel that has for 20 years housed a leading Māori education provider is up for sale, heralding a new chapter for a Tokoroa landmark.

Boundary lines are indicative only
Developers weigh options for key central Whanganui landholding

A destination retail development, inner city apartment complex or landmark mixed-use project are among possibilities mooted for a prime Whanganui site now up for sale.

Boundary lines are indicative only
Distinctive Grey Lynn office rides transformation wave

Surrounded by a vibrant commercial precinct and high-density residential, a standalone commercial property on Grey Lynn’s northern slopes is poised for its next reinvention with preferable zoning fundamentals and a lease approaching its final expiry..

Boundary lines are indicative only
The only motel in the village offers investment advantage

The only large-scale accommodation offering in Matakana Village has been placed on the market for sale, attracting attention from investors eager to capitalise on the strategic location as the gateway to Northern Auckland’s famed Matakana coastline.

Interest in alternative lenders rises

With banks rationalising their commercial real estate loan books, non-bank lenders are plugging a funding gap in the property development market.

Neighbourhood retail centre lures those shopping for resilient assets

A busy neighbourhood shopping centre in the West Auckland suburb of Kelston, with robust tenant covenants and favourable zoning that permits more intensive development activity, is for sale as its offshore owners’ plans change.

Rural Insight Kiwifruit

The challenges of fruit quality and pack out yields have largely dissipated with a bounce in Orchard Gate Returns (OGR) rebuilding confidence in the market. The improved comparative OGR is positive given recent inflation of costs on the orchard.

Golden glow returning to kiwifruit sector

After four of the most challenging seasons the sector has ever faced, kiwifruit returns are being buoyed by renewed optimism in the sector’s future.

Rural Insight Pastoral

Margins on farm continue to be compressed with red meat commodity prices coming off their peak and now sitting at or below 5 year average export value. Together with

Pastoral options provide strategic opportunities

A contraction in forestry sector interest in pastoral land has cleared a path for red meat farmers wanting to expand their farming operations and capitalise on realistic land opportunities.

Rural Insight Lifestyle

Prices have reduced after big gains during the pandemic, but still remain elevated relative to the pre-pandemic levels. Sale processes are generally taking longer with more conditional buyers present.

Rural Insight Viticulture

With yields being down this season it has meant one of the best vintages in sometime with the fruit picked reported to be exceptionally good. Supply has finally caught up demand, putting pressure on price and recent inflated cost has seen margins reduce.

Viticulture toasts better times ahead

A significant shift in the dynamics of supply and demand in the viticultural sector is underpinning purchase decisions, as the market rebalances grape supply with consumer demand.

Rural Insight Dairy

The mid-point farm gate milk price to $7.80/kgMS in May is positive, however higher than expected inflation has continued to squeeze margins. This continues to influence the level of activity in the dairy market.

Scarcity of national dairy platform underpins values

Scarcity of the national dairy platform and a buyer focus on quality farms continue to underpin firmer dairy land values through a period of lower farm returns and rising costs.

Site for sale opens way for new entrant on vibrant Jackson Street

Petone’s vibrant Jackson Street commercial strip awaits its next major entrant as a high-profile premises goes up for sale.

Kaiwharawhara showroom and warehouse property for sale with vacant possession

A well-proportioned building with character and future upside in Kaiwharawhara is for lease or sale as the current tenant prepares to vacate the property with its lease ending 30th September 2024.

Buyers shift into high gear with Hornby investment

An architecturally designed post-earthquake industrial facility is generating interest among passive investors attracted to the size, location, and long-term lease to a multinational auto trader.

New Zealand industrial market update 2024

This report highlights that the industrial market remains tight, but some headwinds are arising with vacancies edging. With limited supply, more tenants are becoming owner-occupiers to improve security of tenure and mitigate rising rents.

Bidding starts at $1 for pivotally-located Manukau commercial units

Agents marketing commercial space within a high-profile Manukau tower have received clear instructions from the vendor that they will be sold and the auction reserve has been set at the peppercorn figure of $1.

Buyers study new options for landmark Tokoroa site

The famed former hotel that has for 20 years housed a leading Māori education provider is up for sale, heralding a new chapter for a Tokoroa landmark.

Boundary lines are indicative only
Developers weigh options for key central Whanganui landholding

A destination retail development, inner city apartment complex or landmark mixed-use project are among possibilities mooted for a prime Whanganui site now up for sale.

Boundary lines are indicative only
Distinctive Grey Lynn office rides transformation wave

Surrounded by a vibrant commercial precinct and high-density residential, a standalone commercial property on Grey Lynn’s northern slopes is poised for its next reinvention with preferable zoning fundamentals and a lease approaching its final expiry..

Boundary lines are indicative only
The only motel in the village offers investment advantage

The only large-scale accommodation offering in Matakana Village has been placed on the market for sale, attracting attention from investors eager to capitalise on the strategic location as the gateway to Northern Auckland’s famed Matakana coastline.

Interest in alternative lenders rises

With banks rationalising their commercial real estate loan books, non-bank lenders are plugging a funding gap in the property development market.

Neighbourhood retail centre lures those shopping for resilient assets

A busy neighbourhood shopping centre in the West Auckland suburb of Kelston, with robust tenant covenants and favourable zoning that permits more intensive development activity, is for sale as its offshore owners’ plans change.

Rural Insight Kiwifruit

The challenges of fruit quality and pack out yields have largely dissipated with a bounce in Orchard Gate Returns (OGR) rebuilding confidence in the market. The improved comparative OGR is positive given recent inflation of costs on the orchard.

Golden glow returning to kiwifruit sector

After four of the most challenging seasons the sector has ever faced, kiwifruit returns are being buoyed by renewed optimism in the sector’s future.

Rural Insight Pastoral

Margins on farm continue to be compressed with red meat commodity prices coming off their peak and now sitting at or below 5 year average export value. Together with

Pastoral options provide strategic opportunities

A contraction in forestry sector interest in pastoral land has cleared a path for red meat farmers wanting to expand their farming operations and capitalise on realistic land opportunities.

Rural Insight Lifestyle

Prices have reduced after big gains during the pandemic, but still remain elevated relative to the pre-pandemic levels. Sale processes are generally taking longer with more conditional buyers present.

Rural Insight Viticulture

With yields being down this season it has meant one of the best vintages in sometime with the fruit picked reported to be exceptionally good. Supply has finally caught up demand, putting pressure on price and recent inflated cost has seen margins reduce.

Viticulture toasts better times ahead

A significant shift in the dynamics of supply and demand in the viticultural sector is underpinning purchase decisions, as the market rebalances grape supply with consumer demand.

Rural Insight Dairy

The mid-point farm gate milk price to $7.80/kgMS in May is positive, however higher than expected inflation has continued to squeeze margins. This continues to influence the level of activity in the dairy market.

Scarcity of national dairy platform underpins values

Scarcity of the national dairy platform and a buyer focus on quality farms continue to underpin firmer dairy land values through a period of lower farm returns and rising costs.

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