New “Submarkets” dashboard in the “Properties” feature

The new “ Submarkets“ dashboard on the property details page in the „Properties“ feature, is a dashboard we have developed which enables users to display the most important published and submarket-related key figures in the context of a property being searched for- initially for the office use type in the seven A-class cities as well as 14 other cities throughout Germany.

Always up-to-date with our newly added „News“ feature

In 2021, we received a growing number of requests for an integrated news and source archive in addition to the standard data analysis. This archive would ideally be integrated into the IZ Research application and would make it no longer necessary to constantly jump back and forth from IZ Research to

New API for structural and market data on IZ Cities

We have also significantly expanded the data content of our technical interface (API). You can now also access all structural data as well as market data on the asset classes office, retail, hotel, industry & logistics and residential, which are displayed on the detailed pages of IZ Cities, via API. The data content and data volume offered reflect the current data scope of IZ Cities.

New asset class – Now with market data on logistics & industry

IZ Cities now offers market data on all major asset classes. By adding data on logistics & industry, IZ Research has further enhanced its coverage. From now on, you will not only find market data on the asset classes office, retail, hotel and residential in IZ Cities, but also on logistics & industry.

Draw your own market areas (polygons) on the IZ Research map

The option of being able to draw your own market area (polygon) on the IZ Properties map provides our clients with a useful tool in Version 4.4 of IZ Research, which can help them to significantly optimise their market and property analysis.

Market Overview: Heat in Urban Areas and its Consequences

Sustainability starts with the right choice of location. Recent summers have been marked by prolonged heat waves, drought and extreme weather conditions such as violent thunderstorms, heavy rain and flooding . The experts at the German Meteorological Service and other climate researchers agree: such extreme weather conditions will become more frequent , as the consequences of climate change will also become increasingly visible in Germany.