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Data for cities and municipalities
Our database is regularly updated with new data, indicators and functions. Soon you will not only find data for districts and district-free cities, spatial planning regions or federal states, but also for more than 11,000 cities and municipalities.
The following map shows as an example the construction intensity for the years 2013 to 2017. In addition to indicators on housing stock and construction activity, we also offer demographic data, labour market indicators and income data.
empirica regio at the EXPO REAL 2019
We are at this year's EXPO REAL in Munich and look forward to meeting you. We have our entire data portfolio of regional data with us: population, migration, forecasts, social security data, labour market data, rent and purchase prices, housing stock and construction activity, vacancy rates, income and much more.
Contact us for a metting. We will present our product live on site and answer your questions.
empirica real estate price index Q2 2019
New rents and purchase prices for the second quarter of 2019 from the empirica price database are now available for download. The current data show a slower increase in rents in prime locations with continued high price increases in the owner-occupied segment. As a result, yields in A and B cities continue to decline significantly.
The pseudo-returns for new construction are shown here as an example. This indicator is calculated as the ratio of quality-adjusted rental prices to quality-adjusted purchase prices for multi-storey apartments in the empirica property price index.
If you would like to test these current market data (rents, purchase prices, pseudo-yield and multiplier) and other indicators in our application, then contact us. We will be happy to advise you and present our offer to you.
Further information on the current real estate price index can be found at empirica.
And if you are interested in multipliers and initial yields of rented apartments, then have a look at the colleagues from empirica-systeme.
Change of name and expansion of the management
The empirica regional database has been marketed by us since 2018 under the name empirica regio. The name empirica regio has also been used in the company title of empirica regio GmbH since July 2019.
Under this brand we carry a broad set of indicators of regional data together with the aim of enabling thematic data analysis and reporting at the push of a button. The development of purchase prices, rents or yield figures, labour market statistics, vacancy rates or forecasts are thus made available to our customers quickly and easily. And it makes no difference whether data is required for the Top7, growth and shrinking regions, urban and rural areas or specific districts and cities, because all data bases are automatically applied to different types of space.
From July 2019 Jan Grade and Dr. Lorenz Thomschke will strengthen the management of empirica regio. Together with Dr. Reiner Braun we can draw on extensive know-how in the areas of research, analysis and consulting.
Would you like to learn more and try our database? Then contact us. We look forward to getting to know you.
empirica bubble index Q1 2019
The new empirica bubble index shows an initial increase in the ratio of prices to income and a further increase in multipliers and debt. New construction, on the other hand, remains constant. As a result, the risk of bubbles continues to rise, especially outside the growth regions.
The results of the empirica bubble index can also be obtained as a module via empirica regio with interactive graphs and other framework data. Access to the new quarterly data is always possible a few days after the end of the respective quarter. More information on our database can be found here.
Further information on the bubble index can be found on the website of empirica.
empirica real estate price index Q1 2019
Purchase prices continue to rise faster than rents. Condominiums increased by 2.4% compared to the previous quarter. Prices for single and two-family houses have increased by 1.5%. Rents rose by 1.1%.
Detailed analyses of the empirica real estate price index are part of the licensing model for empirica regio. You can find more information on this topic here. Please contact us.
Further information on the real estate price index can be found at empirica.
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