RICS 2019 Global Economic Outlook Series
HELP MONITOR THE PULSE OF THE PROPERTY INDUSTRY
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Stay informed with the latest trends impacting commercial property markets and the conditions of the construction and infrastructure sectors locally and around the globe as Sean Ellison, RICS Senior Economist for Asia-Pacific, presents the findings of the Q4 RICS-Property Council New Zealand Commercial Property Monitor.
As part of Property Council's collaboration with RICS on the Global Commercial Property Monitor, we are delighted to support several upcoming events that will provide an update on the global outlook for 2019. Insights into how the commercial property occupier and investor market in New Zealand's cities fairs against our global counterparts will be discussed, including how conditions in global construction and infrastructure markets are having an impact.
The discussion will draw on data and insights from the RICS Global Commercial Property Monitor and the APAC & MENA Construction and Infrastructure Survey.
|19 February 2019||Auckland|
|20 February 2019||Wellington|
|22 February 2019||Christchurch|
To reserve your place, please click on your nearest location above.
Monitoring the Pulse of Commercial Property
Approximately 1,700 organisations associated with commercial property across the world contribute to RICS’ quarterly guide to the trends in commercial property investment and occupier markets. The report is utilised by investors, economic commentators, government and international bodies such as the IMF to monitor the commercial property market.
The global sentiment survey has proven to be an accurate indicator of a number of metrics measuring commercial property markets globally, including volumes, rents, and capital values, as well as broader macroeconomic trends. The survey covers more than 30 countries globally and can be broken down to the regional or city level for many jurisdictions.
Property Council aims to have the voice of the New Zealand commercial property sector represented by robust research and international benchmarking.