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01.12.2021 Author/s: Ralf-Peter Koschny, Felix Schrader

December: Residential and office are most common uses in transformed properties

The topic of "transformation real estate" has become more explosive, especially due to major upheavals in the retail sector. Together with Union Investment, we have prepared a comprehensive study. One of the most important findings: More office and industrial properties are being transformed into new types of use than retail properties
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01.11.2021 Author/s: Sven Carstensen and Anna Wolfgarten

November: Office yields remain under pressure

The general conditions for offices, especially in the metropolises, have not changed as much as the Corona crisis would have suggested - so the price spiral is likely to continue. This is shown by the recently published 5% Study 2021, which examines the yield potential of the German real estate markets
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02.10.2021 Author/s: Patrik Völtz

October: Factor influencing logistics real estate prices

It is a truism that online trade, which has been on the rise for years, is having a massive impact on the logistics industry. This trend was already clearly evident before the Corona crisis. But is logistics real estate now worth more than before the crisis? This is what the current study "Logistics and Real Estate" examines.
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01.09.2021 Author/s: Laura Hahn

September: REECOX Germany with best mark

The German real estate economy has risen significantly - this is shown by the European real estate score that we compile quarterly for Deutsche Hypo. At plus 8.1 percent, it is a new record and even above the pre-crisis level. Good to hear: An increasing recovery can be observed in all the countries under consideration
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02.08.2021 Author/s: Andrea Back-Ihrig

August: Organic supermarkets boom in Corona crisis

The trend of consuming organic, vegan and sustainable products has intensified as a result of the Corona crisis. Organic supermarkets benefited particularly strongly from the lockdown last year. The sector was already well equipped thanks to massive expansion of floor space in previous years
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07.07.2021 Author/s: Andreas Schulten and Jeremy Feist

July: In North Rhine-Westphalia something comes on the market

North Rhine-Westphalia's real estate markets are complex and multi-layered. For the 1st Project Developer Study North Rhine-Westphalia, we evaluated 2,000 projects in class A and B cities and show: Many projects are currently in the planning phase, but an oversupply is generally not to be expected
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01.06.2021 Author/s: Patrik Völtz

June: Logistics yields at all-time low

Yields for logistics properties will only rise minimally over the next few years, as our spring forecast shows - and that across all city categories and logistics regions. But the situation is not as clear-cut as the chart shows
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05.05.2021 Author/s: André Adami and Antonia Wecke

May: Social housing 2030

At the turn of the millennium, the housing market was relaxed in many regions, with hardly any new social housing being built. Although the need for subsidized housing has been growing again for around ten years - the forecast for 16 of Germany's largest cities shows that the number will decline massively by 2030
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06.04.2021 Author/s: Sven Carstensen and Anna Wolfgarten

April: Risks Widen Yield Spread for Shopping Centres

Shopping centres as lively meeting places from which all players derive economic benefit. But this image had already cracked before the pandemic. The uncertainty is not only great among tenants and landlords, but also among investors. For the 5% study, which will be published on 22 April, we have forecast the returns of shopping centres
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03.03.2021 Author/s: Dierk Freitag

March: Empty cities, full beaches

In view of the uncertain situation, some hotel projects are currently being discarded. Banks have also become much more cautious with their commitments, and operators are focusing on already signed projects for the time being. But the situation varies from region to region, as a look at the number of overnight stays shows
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01.02.2021 Author/s: André Adami

February: Purchase prices versus rents - the historical gap

The development of purchase prices and rents for apartments is causing a lot of discussion and social explosives. bulwiengesa analyzes 125 German cities since 1990. The graphs show: For a long time, condominiums were real slow sellers. Why did that change?
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04.01.2021 Author/s: Sven Carstensen

January: Tangible factors determine office property market

The pandemic will have an impact on the office market – but how? Discussions often focus on the topic of home offices and the change of workplace concepts. But other factors weigh heavier
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01.12.2020 Author/s: André Adami

December: No break in the rental trend

For the next few years, we are forecasting continuously rising rents for newly built flats in all four city categories. The rental housing segment has become even more attractive for investors in the past six months
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03.11.2020 Author/s: Felix Schrader

November: Severe Setback for Real Estate Climate

Uncertainties regarding the further economic development are great. This is also visible in the Real Estate Climate, which has again plummeted. However, the individual segments can by no means be lumped together: While the residential climate still has a positive sign, the hotel climate is sinking to a new low
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02.10.2020 Author/s: Dierk Freitag

October: Holiday Hotel Industry Gains Attention

The lockdown brought tourism in Germany, as everywhere else in the world, almost to a complete standstill. Since then, the number of overnight stays has collapsed, in some cases by more than 90 percent in major German cities. The fact that the figures are not even worse overall is due to the vacation hotel industry. Developers and investors have long been thinking about new projects
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01.09.2020 Author/s: Oliver Rohr

September: Office Market in Search of Orientation

The uncertainties of the first half of the year are depressing office space turnover in the class A cities. The spread of the home office and a possible loss of jobs with possibly lower space requirements in the long term are unsettling many players. However, current signals already point to a certain recovery in market conditions
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10.08.2020 Author/s: Dr. Maximilian Schlachter

August: Surcharges for balcony and elevator - almost everywhere

How do certain apartment characteristics affect the purchase price and rent? This question is relevant for many market participants such as project developers, portfolio owners and property valuers. It can be answered with the help of statistical tools and a corresponding data basis. The results are by no means consistent in the class A cities
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01.07.2020 Author/s: Patrik Völtz

July: Top Logistics Rents Rise for Years

Breaking supply chains have a direct impact on production processes and thus on the entire global economy, as the corona crisis illustrates. However, logistics real estate is not only needed for stranded goods. Our current forecast shows: Top rents will continue to rise in the coming years - by up to eight percent in prime locations
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02.06.2020 Author/s: Robin Cunningham and André Adami

June: Hardly any impact on condominium prices

In the two previous year's forecasts, we were already assuming continuously falling growth rates, which should lead to an end to the real estate boom and a slow reduction in the sometimes high valuations. In a real estate market in a state of shock, the current forecast shows that in the residential segment, purchase prices and rents will decline only slightly by comparison
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07.05.2020 Author/s: Dr. Joseph Frechen, Felix Schrader

Declining Turnover Even Before the Corona Crisis

Part of the turnover of the stationary retail trade, which was lost to online trade during the shutdown phase, remains permanently lost. This means that the pre-Corona turnover level will probably no longer be reached