Research Publication: 25 lucrative property trends

You could call this issue of Constructive Thinking a “cheat sheet” for what you should be doing with your money. A full blown list of the New Zealand property trends that are poised to make people billions.

To us, this is a compilation of what we talk about around RCG. It’s both inspiration and robust statistics - two things that play a big part in what we do best. You can’t create a commercially successful environment without a bit of both.

Whittled down from 45 down to 25, this publication spotlights the most lucrative trends that property people can get behind. Most of all, this list shows where things are going.

RCG has released overviews of 4 trends:

-  ‘Grey dollar’ to determine all sectors
-  Anchor institutions the key to prosperity
-  Internationals push property prices up
-  Apartments to adjoin shopping centres

“Research, with its interplay of data, theory and prediction, is the most powerful resource.”

Research and data underpin each trend, which cover almost every aspect of the property industry from education, shopping centres and civic enviroments to tourisim, commercial residential and offices.

The publication is free to clients, subscribers and media, and people interested in receiving the report are encouraged to subscribe.

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This issue of Constructive Thinking has been featured in articles by The New Zealand Herald, The NBR and Commercial Property.

John Polkinghorne

With a Master of Commerce degree in economics, John is responsible for RCG’s research output, including economic impact assessments, market studies and location strategies. He is an industry media commentator.

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