Office Retail Logistics Residential
10.11.2021 Author/s: Sven Carstensen und Anna Wolfgarten

Constant to desperate

Apparently nothing can shake the domestic real estate market - Germany is and remains the place to be for investors. Especially flats, logistics properties and offices in top locations are in constant to almost desperate demand. In other segments, however, risk premiums have continued to rise. The current 5 % study shows potential returns
18.10.2021 Author/s: Dr. Heike Piasecki

Massive shortage of care places by 2040

A comprehensive study commissioned by Cureus looks for the first time not only at demographic trends, but also at the stock of care properties and construction activity. The result: if no more building takes place, there will be a shortage of around 168,000 care places by 2040
20.08.2021 Author/s: André Adami

Departure Leipzig

Prices in Leipzig are rising; for condominiums, for example, they have almost doubled within five years. No other major city in Germany has seen such a development. André Adami talked about Leipzig's housing market in an interview with WELT
21.06.2021 Author/s: Felix Embacher

Micro-living: Difficult Times, Active Investors

If you study online in your old children's room, you don't need a student flat. What is Corona doing to the micro-living industry? The third market report of the Micro-Living Initiative shows it. While rents and occupancy rates are falling again, the transaction volume is reaching pre-Corona levels again
21.05.2021 Author/s: Andrea Back-Ihrig

As Before the Boom: Hotel Investments Need Specialists

What's next for new hotel construction in Germany? Of the 34,000 rooms forecast for 2021, only 680 had been completed by February 2021. This was the result of the hotel study for our client benchmark. Construction activity continues to shift to B- and C-locations and tourist-driven regions. Long-stay concepts also benefit
05.05.2021 Author/s: Florian Wenner

Living Above Frankfurt's Clouds: Trend Over?

For a long time, the Frankfurt housing market knew only one direction: upwards. This applied to both price development and building height. Now, three prominent high-rise residential projects have been stopped or rescheduled. But the first risks of oversaturation were already evident in 2019.
Office Logistics Residential
27.04.2021 Author/s: Sven Carstensen and Anna Wolfgarten

Returns for the Brave

Now it has been published, the entire 5% Study. In a second webinar, we presented the most important results for the hotel, logistics and niche market segments, among others, together with partners from the practice. It becomes clear: The risks are increasing in some real estate markets - but this is not (yet) reflected in the returns everywhere
Office Retail Residential
02.03.2021 Author/s: Sven Carstensen and Anna Wolfgarten

Yield for Experts at Most

In den meisten Assetklassen ist es noch einmal anspruchsvoller geworden, sichere Renditen zu erzielen, so die aktuelle „5 %-Studie“. Sogar bei traditionell häufig gehandelten, stabilen Assetklassen wie Büroimmobilien in A-Städten haben sich Risiko- und Renditespreizung enorm vergrößert. In einem Webinar haben wir die wichtigsten Ergebnisse für die Segmente Wohnen, Büro und Einzelhandel bereits vor Erscheinen der Studie im April vorgestellt
13.01.2021 Author/s: André Adami

Condominiums in Berlin: scarce and expensive

Our annual studies on new-build condominiums show: Prices in Berlin's inner-city districts continue to grow undisturbed by corona. The project developers' target group is often capital investors. At the moment, however, they might need a little longer to rent them out
20.11.2020 Author/s: Felix Embacher

Micro-Living Initiative: Rents Fall Slightly

For the second market report of the Initiative Micro-Living, we evaluated the operating data of around 23,600 residential units in 115 apartment buildings nationwide. This shows that the segment is surprisingly crisis-resistant with an average occupancy rate of 90%
10.11.2020 Author/s: Dierk Freitag

Good night? Hotel projects in Germany

No tourism, no events, no business trips - the mood in the hotel industry is gloomy, the economic outlook unclear. How does the crisis affect the different sectors? What is happening with project developments? Where are the big players investing anyway, and what is their plan B? A portrait of a shaken industry
13.10.2020 Author/s: Dr. Heike Piasecki

Market Perspectives of Commercial Real Estate | Care Properties

For the autumn report of the ZIA, we analyzed investments, office, logistics, hotel and care properties. Here you can read our summary on senior care properties - this market is systemically relevant not only in the crisis
15.09.2020 Author/s: Oliver Strege

Hamburg, a Pearl

Hamburg is one of Germany's top residential locations with consistently good general conditions and prospects. Rising population figures lead to a growing demand for housing. More is being built than in most other A-cities - and sold well. A short portrait
09.07.2020 Author/s: Dierk Freitag

Hotels: Consolidation of a Booming Industry

Once again, we calculated the market volume of investable hotels with Union Investment. This has been growing for twelve years, reaching an all-time high in 2019. This is over for the time being, forecasts from 2020 onwards are hardly possible. Provided there’s no second wave of the virus, then at least the holiday hotel market might hope for a reasonably satisfactory second half of the year
13.12.2019 Author/s: Florian Wenner

Twelve-Percent Price Hike for New-Build Condominiums in Frankfurt

The 11th survey on new-build condominiums in Frankfurt am Main diagnosed serious price hikes – and this in peripheral locations. The average price has gone up to 8,100 euros per square metre. New-build flats close to the town centre have become sheer luxury products
11.12.2019 Author/s: André Adami and Felix Embacher

Cause for Concern: Berlin’s Housing Market

“Should we bypass or (continue to) invest in Berlin?” We keep getting queries of this sort. So, we undertook several dedicated evaluations on the subject of the rent cap, and derived four main insights. Moreover, our “Residential Market Report” is out now, which presents all the important key ratios for Berlin and another 20 A- and B-Class cities
14.09.2019 Author/s: Silvia Beck and Nicolas Gräßlin

The 27,000-Room Hotel

Our survey on hotel construction in Germany, which we compiled together with benchmark. REAL Estate, predicts tremendous growth: The roughly 27,000 hotel rooms that are expected to come on-stream in 2019 would suffice to accommodate the population of a mid-size city. Exciting to watch is a trend beyond classic hotel accommodation that is gaining ground even outside the major cities
26.06.2019 Author/s: Felix Embacher

Student Housing: Looking for Fresh Concepts

In the “2019 Student Housing” market survey that we compiled for Union Investment, we mapped the potential of 65 cities including four European metropolises. Few people could have expected Münster to emerge as the top performer. This goes to show that a pure Class A strategy falls short of the mark. What is principally lacking are options in the mid-price segment
Background Residential
15.06.2019 Author/s: André Adami and Antonia Wecke

Happy Holidays at the Baltic Seaside

The market for holiday properties has seen upward growth, as the Baltic seaside is highly attractive for many potential buyers. On behalf of PRIMUS Immobilien, we put together a comprehensive portrait of the Baltic seaboard in Mecklenburg-West Pomerania and outlined the investment potential. All holiday trends suggest that the market opportunities will stay as auspicious as they are
13.06.2019 Author/s: Felix Embacher and Robin Cunningham

What Will Tomorrow’s Residential Climate be Like?

In collaboration with our client BPD, we analysed the situation on Germany’s housing market. The findings for 11,000 communities are represented in an interactive housing weather map. It shows clearly: The map covers the whole spectrum from “hot” to “cold” – and some locations will surprise you