Dunedin Market Outlook

28 Sep — 28 Sep 2022
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Dunedin Market Outlook

September 28 @ 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Keep your finger on the market pulse as two renowned industry leaders, Michael Gordon, Acting Chief Economist, Westpac New Zealand and Joe Chapman, Director – Registered Valuer, Colliers, share their insights into the state of New Zealand’s economy and property market, with a localised lens on Otago.
This presentation will cover:

  • The economic outlook for the next six months, with the latest predictions and market analysis 
  • Major economic and financial trends 
  • An exploration of the economic impacts for our industry
  • Forecasts for each of the property sectors (office, industrial, retail, residential)
  • An Otago-centric lens, tracking where activity is increasing, decreasing or stabilising.
Keep your eye on the property horizon – book now!
Please note: As this is a member-only event, you will need to be logged in as a member to register. For further instructions on how to reset your password and login, click here. If you are not a member and are interested in attending this event, please contact Aleisha Hogarth. The advertised ticket price is inclusive of GST.’
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Michael Gordon
Acting Chief Economist, Westpac NZ
Michael is currently the Acting Chief Economist for Westpac in New Zealand. He has been part of Westpac’s economics and strategy team since 2006. In that time his work has covered many facets of the New Zealand economy, with a current focus on the labour market, house prices and monetary policy. Previously Michael worked as a senior analyst at the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, with a focus on market analysis and financial stability issues.
Joe Chapman
Director and Registered Valuer, Colliers
Leading from the front, Joe Chapman’s breadth of experience and acumen in the industrial and commercial space enable him to steer the company’s Dunedin valuation team and add tangible value to Colliers clients. An Otago native, Joe has a deep understanding of the factors underpinning the Otago property market, creating an approach that’s driven by genuine knowledge and insight.
Joining Chapman Consultancy in 2009 after completing a Bachelor of Commerce Degree specialising in Valuation and Property Management, he had the unique opportunity of working alongside experienced valuers on a diverse range of assignments. Chapman Consultancy merged with Colliers in 2018, and now Colliers has offices in Wānaka, Queenstown and Dunedin.
Specialising in property consultancy and research, Joe operates actively in the commercial, industrial and retail sectors. Working on projects including public works act valuation work, institutional valuations and subdivisions, Joe is also experienced in large scale retail and industrial assignments.
Joe has community involvement with Cycling Otago where he is the President, is the Treasurer of the Otago Branch of the Property Institute of New Zealand and a member of the Institute of Directors.
Keeping you safe at our events
Property Council’s live events resume across the country at Orange and Green of the COVID Protection Framework (the Traffic Light System). We will be following all government requirements and restrictions, including:
  • While face masks are required indoors at public facilities, you do not need to wear a face mask at an event, either indoors or outdoors. On this basis, we leave the option ‘to mask or not to mask’ up to you.
  • We ask that you please stay away if you are unwell, or if someone in your household has been diagnosed with COVID-19.
  • All attendees must follow all applicable COVID-19 protocols and restrictions including social distancing and mask-wearing.
Registration to this event is an acknowledgement of your acceptance of our Event Terms and Conditions and Code of Conduct.


28 September 2022
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm


Otago Museum 419 Great King Street
North Dunedin, Dunedin, 9016 New Zealand


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Dunedin Market Outlook - General Registration
  • $ 65.00 – Member
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