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Valuation losses likely as commercial property enters new cycle

Analyst says listed property firms are already trading at a discount to net tangible assets.

Quality assets are likely to feel less of a bite.

Andrew Bevin Mon, 08 Aug 2022

After more than a decade of consistent gains, commercial property is staring down valuation losses as the market turns downward.

The past 10 years or so, apart from a blip at the onset of Covid-19, have seen NZX-listed property businesses post revaluation gains across their portfolios running into

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Andrew Bevin Mon, 08 Aug 2022
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