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Green Property Investment Index for New Zealand

Today Property Council New Zealand launched the first Green Property Investment Index for New Zealand (released by the Investment Property Databank), and the Property Council/IPD New Zealand Commercial Property Index results to September 2012. Please see the press releases and market presentation attached.

Key points:
- Growth continued in New Zealand’s Direct Property markets with continued positive capital growth
- The retail sector leads the industrial sector and office sector
- Investment returns for Green Star rated office buildings outperform non-rated office buildings
- The results remain consistent when controlled for A-grade assets
- Outperformance is driven by a stronger capital growth component


Positive_capital_growth_continues_in_New_Zealand.pdf

IPD_NZ_INDEX_LAUNCH_NZ_121107.pdf

PCNZ_IPD_Green_Index_PRESS_RELEASE_121107.pdf

PROPERTY COUNCIL NEW ZEALAND
NEW ZEALAND'S COMMERCIAL PROPERTY VOICE

ENDS

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