About Us

New Zealand Commercial Property Brokers Ltd. was founded in 1988 during a turbulent time for the investment markets in the wake of the 1987 stockmarket crash.

From the late eighties to the present, the company has seen major changes occur in the commercial property market - during the 90's most commercial property investors were investors for Cashflow, expectations were for static capital gain, 11-12% yields were common and provided excellent income. As the economy has improved in the last few years a substantial lowering of yields has occurred as demand for commercial property has out stripped supply.

Currently yields for attractive investments generally fall between 6-8%, while borrowing costs have increased most investors realise that there are rental increases occurring thereby quickly increasing the initial yield.

A buoyant manufacturing and industrial scene has resulted in tenants buying their own premises, leaving fewer leased investments available in this sector of the market.

Recent changes to the Council development levies mean that new buildings have increased in cost and rentals for new buildings have increased rapidly.

Today's investors have realized that the commercial property market has changed as there is now an expectation of more capital growth occurring through a combination of rental growth and a willingness to accept lower yields, so while values have increased dramatically the cash return is now less as a percentage of the property value but still more than many other secure investments

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NZ Commercial Property
Brokers Limited

4 Knox Street, Hamilton,
New Zealand
PO Box 9547

P: 0064 7 838 3304
F: 0064 7 838 3389
E: nzcpb@nzcpb.co.nz

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