Total Property Issue 2 - Articles

Total Property Editorial and Insights


Welcome
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Yields on investment properties are at unprecedentedly low levels. Bayleys' national director commercial John Church looks at what's driving the downward pressure on income returns and whether this is likely to ease up any time...Read more (PDF, 252KB)

Medical Centre
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Specialist medical hubs, doctors’ practices within shopping centres, large scale health-centric developments changing hands – there’s plenty of activity in the medical and health property market in New Zealand...Read more (PDF, 835KB)

Waikato
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New Zealand's fourth largest city, Hamilton, has tended to live in the shadow of its larger and higher-profile cousins. Total Property checks in to see how Hamilton is faring on the commercial and industrial property front...Read more (PDF, 555KB)

Global Trends
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Leading international business advisors PwC recently released Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2016 for the US and Canadian markets based on extensive research among the commercial and industrial property sector in North America...Read more (PDF, 506KB)

Small Packages
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Bigger is not always best when it comes to retail. Smaller spaces are proving a great trigger for entrepreneurs who may have limited capital or who want to make a statement through their minimal commercial footprint...Read more (PDF, 840KB)

Good Nabbers
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Commercial property owners, managers and tenants seek buildings that perform for maximum comfort and minimum cost. The National Australian-Built Environment Rating System New Zealand (NABERSNZ) tool can help rate and track these credentials. Myra Cohen of NABERSNZ demystifies the programme for Total Property...Read more (PDF, 528KB)

Snapshots
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A high level of sales activity continues across all price ranges, pushing yields on investment offerings to historically low levels. Provincial properties are attracting national interest and leasing and sales activity in Wellington is at its strongest since 2006/2007...Read more (PDF, 1,266KB)