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New Zealand office market update 2024

The latest New Zealand office report shows a two-step market. Demand is shifting to modern offices with more amenities, requiring higher rents for new builds. Secondary properties need higher incentives to maintain face rents amid weaker demand.

Champions choice equestrian estate

Elevated above world-class grapevines and the Maraekakaho Plains, a luxurious ranch serving as a home and training ground for Kiwi Olympian Greg Best is positioned to capture breathtaking panoramic views and offer an unparalleled rural lifestyle.

Record multi-million dollar sale of award-winning Hamilton home bucks slow market trends

After a lengthy negotiation a local family has snapped up an architectural marvel overlooking the Waikato River and St Andrews Golf Course in Hamilton.

Image: NZSki
New Zealand alpine resort towns are prospering

A global trend for owners of property in alpine resorts to “go for the winter and stay for the summer” is ringing true in New Zealand, according to Bayleys.

Investors tap into tradition with iconic piece of pub history

Halfway between Nelson and Motueka, the oldest pub in New Zealand still operating from its original premises offers investors, owner-occupiers, and developers a rare and exciting opportunity to own a piece of Kiwi hospitality heritage.

Queenstown’s demand peaks with $30M development land sale

Bayleys Real Estate is proud to announce the successful $30 million sale of two prime development sites in the high-growth Frankton area of Queenstown, reflecting robust demand for housing and the region’s resilient property market.

Park it, store it, send it with versatile city-fringe space

A versatile commercial unit beneath one of Auckland’s premier recently completed apartment towers is set to attract attention, offering broad appeal for various commercial and private use options, Bayleys salespeople say.

Boundary lines are indicative only
Tenanted split-risk provincial retail and commercial block goes on the shopping list for property investor

A town centre business premises jointly tenanted by a national real estate agency and a popular and busy superette-style supermarket have been placed on the market for sale.

Tasty opportunity as Havelock’s Mussel Pot up for sale

A popular and well-established restaurant that has championed a local delicacy for more than 20 years in the township dubbed the ‘Green-lipped Mussel Capital of the World’, is for sale as a freehold going concern.

New commercial units offer buyers stake in Bay boom town

Four fully leased commercial units for sale offer a stake in a new mixed-use village style complex in one of the Bay of Plenty’s fastest growing locations.

Verdict in: Heritage investment elevated by urban renewal

A distinguished heritage building at the core of Tauranga’s Central Business District is positioned to benefit from the city’s revitalisation program, which continues to transform the urban skyline of New Zealand’s fastest-growing region.

Fashion business sale a perfect fit

The sale of a leading New Zealand “bricks and clicks” fashion business to an established wholesale and retail entity demonstrates the breadth and depth of the Bayleys Business team, with the vendor lauding the firm’s success concluding the complex deal.

Putting a lens over office inventory

There’s a Pandora’s box of opportunity in the market today and Bayleys’ office leasing team is across it.

Office search efficiencies

“Be prepared” sums up the mindset required for finding, securing, funding and moving to new office premises.

What’s behind the boost? NZ’s fastest growing areas revealed

According to our latest census data, and when you look at population growth across the various districts and regions, it appears that Waikato, Queenstown and Selwyn are the places to be, and the places many are choosing to make the move to.

How to make moving house with your kids as easy as child’s play?

Moving house with children can be an exhilarating yet challenging experience for any family. The process involves not only the logistics and settling into a new home, but also managing the emotional and psychological impact on your kids.

Lending rules and new housing policies; what they mean for you at the bank?

A new government has brought a raft of new housing policies with it. That coupled with the Reserve Bank’s changes to lending rules has meant a bit of a shake up around the process of securing a loan. So what does that mean for you?

The ones to watch; Waikato’s up and coming outer suburbs

The results are in, and according to the latest data from the 2023 Census, Waikato is one of New Zealand’s fastest growing regions. Between 2018 and 2023 its population grew 8.9%, and Hamilton City alone saw an 8.6% boost to 174,741 people.

On the move; what migration patterns mean for housing stock?

It turns out more Kiwis are leaving New Zealand than ever before, with more than 81,000 departing long term over the year to April. On the other side of the coin, migrant arrivals to our shores have also hit record levels.

First time buyer? Here are your top tips for purchasing a home

With intimidating interest rates, high property prices and changes to lending policy, trying to buy a home for the first time can be both an exhilarating and equally nerve-wracking experience.

New Zealand office market update 2024

The latest New Zealand office report shows a two-step market. Demand is shifting to modern offices with more amenities, requiring higher rents for new builds. Secondary properties need higher incentives to maintain face rents amid weaker demand.

Champions choice equestrian estate

Elevated above world-class grapevines and the Maraekakaho Plains, a luxurious ranch serving as a home and training ground for Kiwi Olympian Greg Best is positioned to capture breathtaking panoramic views and offer an unparalleled rural lifestyle.

Record multi-million dollar sale of award-winning Hamilton home bucks slow market trends

After a lengthy negotiation a local family has snapped up an architectural marvel overlooking the Waikato River and St Andrews Golf Course in Hamilton.

Image: NZSki
New Zealand alpine resort towns are prospering

A global trend for owners of property in alpine resorts to “go for the winter and stay for the summer” is ringing true in New Zealand, according to Bayleys.

Investors tap into tradition with iconic piece of pub history

Halfway between Nelson and Motueka, the oldest pub in New Zealand still operating from its original premises offers investors, owner-occupiers, and developers a rare and exciting opportunity to own a piece of Kiwi hospitality heritage.

Queenstown’s demand peaks with $30M development land sale

Bayleys Real Estate is proud to announce the successful $30 million sale of two prime development sites in the high-growth Frankton area of Queenstown, reflecting robust demand for housing and the region’s resilient property market.

Park it, store it, send it with versatile city-fringe space

A versatile commercial unit beneath one of Auckland’s premier recently completed apartment towers is set to attract attention, offering broad appeal for various commercial and private use options, Bayleys salespeople say.

Boundary lines are indicative only
Tenanted split-risk provincial retail and commercial block goes on the shopping list for property investor

A town centre business premises jointly tenanted by a national real estate agency and a popular and busy superette-style supermarket have been placed on the market for sale.

Tasty opportunity as Havelock’s Mussel Pot up for sale

A popular and well-established restaurant that has championed a local delicacy for more than 20 years in the township dubbed the ‘Green-lipped Mussel Capital of the World’, is for sale as a freehold going concern.

New commercial units offer buyers stake in Bay boom town

Four fully leased commercial units for sale offer a stake in a new mixed-use village style complex in one of the Bay of Plenty’s fastest growing locations.

Verdict in: Heritage investment elevated by urban renewal

A distinguished heritage building at the core of Tauranga’s Central Business District is positioned to benefit from the city’s revitalisation program, which continues to transform the urban skyline of New Zealand’s fastest-growing region.

Fashion business sale a perfect fit

The sale of a leading New Zealand “bricks and clicks” fashion business to an established wholesale and retail entity demonstrates the breadth and depth of the Bayleys Business team, with the vendor lauding the firm’s success concluding the complex deal.

Putting a lens over office inventory

There’s a Pandora’s box of opportunity in the market today and Bayleys’ office leasing team is across it.

Office search efficiencies

“Be prepared” sums up the mindset required for finding, securing, funding and moving to new office premises.

What’s behind the boost? NZ’s fastest growing areas revealed

According to our latest census data, and when you look at population growth across the various districts and regions, it appears that Waikato, Queenstown and Selwyn are the places to be, and the places many are choosing to make the move to.

How to make moving house with your kids as easy as child’s play?

Moving house with children can be an exhilarating yet challenging experience for any family. The process involves not only the logistics and settling into a new home, but also managing the emotional and psychological impact on your kids.

Lending rules and new housing policies; what they mean for you at the bank?

A new government has brought a raft of new housing policies with it. That coupled with the Reserve Bank’s changes to lending rules has meant a bit of a shake up around the process of securing a loan. So what does that mean for you?

The ones to watch; Waikato’s up and coming outer suburbs

The results are in, and according to the latest data from the 2023 Census, Waikato is one of New Zealand’s fastest growing regions. Between 2018 and 2023 its population grew 8.9%, and Hamilton City alone saw an 8.6% boost to 174,741 people.

On the move; what migration patterns mean for housing stock?

It turns out more Kiwis are leaving New Zealand than ever before, with more than 81,000 departing long term over the year to April. On the other side of the coin, migrant arrivals to our shores have also hit record levels.

First time buyer? Here are your top tips for purchasing a home

With intimidating interest rates, high property prices and changes to lending policy, trying to buy a home for the first time can be both an exhilarating and equally nerve-wracking experience.

New Zealand office market update 2024

The latest New Zealand office report shows a two-step market. Demand is shifting to modern offices with more amenities, requiring higher rents for new builds. Secondary properties need higher incentives to maintain face rents amid weaker demand.

Champions choice equestrian estate

Elevated above world-class grapevines and the Maraekakaho Plains, a luxurious ranch serving as a home and training ground for Kiwi Olympian Greg Best is positioned to capture breathtaking panoramic views and offer an unparalleled rural lifestyle.

Record multi-million dollar sale of award-winning Hamilton home bucks slow market trends

After a lengthy negotiation a local family has snapped up an architectural marvel overlooking the Waikato River and St Andrews Golf Course in Hamilton.

Image: NZSki
New Zealand alpine resort towns are prospering

A global trend for owners of property in alpine resorts to “go for the winter and stay for the summer” is ringing true in New Zealand, according to Bayleys.

Investors tap into tradition with iconic piece of pub history

Halfway between Nelson and Motueka, the oldest pub in New Zealand still operating from its original premises offers investors, owner-occupiers, and developers a rare and exciting opportunity to own a piece of Kiwi hospitality heritage.

Queenstown’s demand peaks with $30M development land sale

Bayleys Real Estate is proud to announce the successful $30 million sale of two prime development sites in the high-growth Frankton area of Queenstown, reflecting robust demand for housing and the region’s resilient property market.

Park it, store it, send it with versatile city-fringe space

A versatile commercial unit beneath one of Auckland’s premier recently completed apartment towers is set to attract attention, offering broad appeal for various commercial and private use options, Bayleys salespeople say.

Boundary lines are indicative only
Tenanted split-risk provincial retail and commercial block goes on the shopping list for property investor

A town centre business premises jointly tenanted by a national real estate agency and a popular and busy superette-style supermarket have been placed on the market for sale.

Tasty opportunity as Havelock’s Mussel Pot up for sale

A popular and well-established restaurant that has championed a local delicacy for more than 20 years in the township dubbed the ‘Green-lipped Mussel Capital of the World’, is for sale as a freehold going concern.

New commercial units offer buyers stake in Bay boom town

Four fully leased commercial units for sale offer a stake in a new mixed-use village style complex in one of the Bay of Plenty’s fastest growing locations.

Verdict in: Heritage investment elevated by urban renewal

A distinguished heritage building at the core of Tauranga’s Central Business District is positioned to benefit from the city’s revitalisation program, which continues to transform the urban skyline of New Zealand’s fastest-growing region.

Fashion business sale a perfect fit

The sale of a leading New Zealand “bricks and clicks” fashion business to an established wholesale and retail entity demonstrates the breadth and depth of the Bayleys Business team, with the vendor lauding the firm’s success concluding the complex deal.

Putting a lens over office inventory

There’s a Pandora’s box of opportunity in the market today and Bayleys’ office leasing team is across it.

Office search efficiencies

“Be prepared” sums up the mindset required for finding, securing, funding and moving to new office premises.

What’s behind the boost? NZ’s fastest growing areas revealed

According to our latest census data, and when you look at population growth across the various districts and regions, it appears that Waikato, Queenstown and Selwyn are the places to be, and the places many are choosing to make the move to.

How to make moving house with your kids as easy as child’s play?

Moving house with children can be an exhilarating yet challenging experience for any family. The process involves not only the logistics and settling into a new home, but also managing the emotional and psychological impact on your kids.

Lending rules and new housing policies; what they mean for you at the bank?

A new government has brought a raft of new housing policies with it. That coupled with the Reserve Bank’s changes to lending rules has meant a bit of a shake up around the process of securing a loan. So what does that mean for you?

The ones to watch; Waikato’s up and coming outer suburbs

The results are in, and according to the latest data from the 2023 Census, Waikato is one of New Zealand’s fastest growing regions. Between 2018 and 2023 its population grew 8.9%, and Hamilton City alone saw an 8.6% boost to 174,741 people.

On the move; what migration patterns mean for housing stock?

It turns out more Kiwis are leaving New Zealand than ever before, with more than 81,000 departing long term over the year to April. On the other side of the coin, migrant arrivals to our shores have also hit record levels.

First time buyer? Here are your top tips for purchasing a home

With intimidating interest rates, high property prices and changes to lending policy, trying to buy a home for the first time can be both an exhilarating and equally nerve-wracking experience.

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