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Q4 2014 Commercial Property Investor Confidence Survey

By Nina Jensen

Investor confidence has surged in the last quarter of 2014 to a new record high, with optimists outnumbering pessimists by a margin of 31%.

Investors continue to see the upside in Queenstown’s property market, recording a net positive of 61%, with Auckland slightly ahead with 63%, the highest of the 11 regions surveyed.  Christchurch was ranked fourth with a net positive of 48%, which is the most confident respondents have been in the future of Christchurch’s property market since September 2013.

Investors are the most pessimistic about upcoming conditions in Whangarei, with a net negative of 25%.

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