Capital Realty is Wellington’s commercial leasing specialist. Headed by Tom Burke, an agent with over 25 years’ experience and over 500 office leasing deals in the Wellington CBD as well as the Thorndon and Te Aro areas. Capital Realty have an extensive, in-depth knowledge of the buildings in these areas. All our current listings are available to view by appointment, call Tom Burke on 027 4411 015 to secure your next commercial property lease for your business. Several of our featured listings can be seen below or view all our listings. Alternatively use the search facility to refine our listings by size, Property ID or address or click on the pre-defined tenancy size searches below.
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In these uncertain times, smaller landlords are doing their best to retain tenants and will often allow them to renew their leases at their existing rental or only impose a minimal percentage increase. Bigger landlords (more then 5 buildings) are looking to retain the value of their portfolio and are not that keen on "discounting" their rent. Rent holidays are that not that common but can be 1 - 3 months depending on the lease term offered. Rents overall are slowly increasing but nowhere like they did last year. Wellington has traditionally been a gross lease town for offices (unlike Auckland where office nett leases are the norm). Gross leases include the building operating expenses, so the rental remains the same throughout the lease term in between rent reviews. RJH (Robert Jones Holdings Ltd) has recently started to request a nett lease from new tenants for their CBD portfolio (15 buildings+ ) and this could be a start to a change in the Wellington office market in the future. Having a nett lease enables the landlord to recuperate any increase in building operating expenses (rates, insurance etc) as part of the office rental on a yearly basis and is attractive to the landlord as they can recuperate any increase in building costs throughout the lease term and so maintain a certain margin of profit. Gross leases mean the landlord only catches up when the lease is renewed (usually every 3 years) and the rent review usually at the same time can be used to update the actual cost of running the building. The drift to home is still happening with serviced or semi serviced office organisations such as Nomad & Generator still appearing to be doing a brisk business at attractive rates. Report by Tom Burke - Owner - Capital Realty Ltd
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