Chart of the MonthOffice vacancies are increasing in the seven class A cities. According to classic economic theory, rents should therefore be falling. But our quarterly figures show: Prime rents are still rising
Chart of the MonthThe recently published study "Logistics and Real Estate 2023" shows: former "second-tier" regions are increasingly in demand - even those outside the classic logistics regions. And the trend is continuing
Chart of the MonthThe insolvencies of large and small project developers illustrate the extremely tense market situation. And the number of residential projects planned and under construction is falling - most sharply in the metropolises, of all places, where the housing shortage is greatest
Chart of the MonthAgainst expectations, there has been no change in the restraint shown by foreign investors. At only around 32%, their share of the commercial real estate investment market in the first half of 2023 was significantly lower than the average for the past ten years. But challenging times also bring opportunities
Chart of the MonthProject developments in the A-cities have not only declined rapidly. Many projects are also postponed
Chart of the MonthAround 95 % of residential buildings are more than ten years old. Transforming these into zero-emission buildings by 2050 is causing headaches for all involved
Chart of the MonthFrom eyecare to houseplants: We collect consumption data for numerous product groups, e.g. for impact and risk analyses as well as location searches. The share of e-commerce will continue to grow in the future, although it will vary greatly depending on the product group.
Chart of the MonthThe increase in rents and operating costs affects all real estate segments. For example, the operating costs for offices in A-cities alone have increased by 63 % since 2021. This is the result of the first joint study "Overall Rental Analysis - Office Market Germany" with BAUAKADEMIE.
Chart of the MonthOvernight stays recovered in 2022, with demand in German resorts again high. Nevertheless, the mood in the German hotel real estate market is mixed. Many households are saving, possibly also on holidays. At least tourism is finally returning to the cities
Chart of the MonthAn almost rhetorical question: Is so much being invested in logistics real estate despite or because of the current uncertainties? The answer is: both are true