IZ Research – Version 2.2 with a fresh Look and more Market Data

At the beginning of the year, we gave the IZ Research platform a new look: In future, the header and footer will have a slim design that will focus on the content of the applications themselves.

From now on, the office market data in the IZ locations will include two new value categories: Space under constructionand Construction completions. In addition, all C-cities and 35 D-cities have now been added to the market data. Get a detailed market overview for almost all major office locations in Germany with IZ Research.

Mehr Übersichtlichkeit in der Toolsuite von IZ Research

On the start page of IZ Research, the large header and footer remain unchanged, allowing you to find out more of what IZ World has to offer:

In the IZ Properties, the IZ Transactions and the IZ Cities, you will now see a minimised header and footer that leaves more room for your search requests and results. Here we explain the changed functionality step by step using the minimised header in the IZ Properties as an example:

At the right top, open the Login box via the “Login” dialogue. If you are already logged in, you can either click on your name or the small header symbol to open the previous user menu. Here you will get an overview of your quota of services as usual and you can use further functions such as the newsletter administration:

Note: Please click on the thumbnails below to see the full size of the images. At the top right, you can close the open window again to return to the post text.

On the left-hand side of the top navigation bar you can easily navigate through the individual tools of IZ Research:

Click on the icon in the top section on the left to return to the IZ Research homepage:

New office market indicators: Building completions and space under construction

You want to analyse and valuate the office market of a city? The office market data in the IZ Cities offer you a set of eight key figures for this purpose: Prime and average rents, yields, vacancies and vacancy rates, space take-up and newly added: Space under construction and construction completions. According to the experts at BNPPRE, 1,229,000 sqm of office space was under construction in Munich in the first three quarters of last year. This compares with 118,000 sqm of completed office space in the same period, according to JLL:

From now on office market data available for all A-, B- and C-Cities

It is relatively easy to find market data for A and B Cities from the major brokerage houses on the internet. However, before they can be used meaningfully, they still have to be prepared. And for C and D Cities it is usually impossible to obtain market data at all.

IZ Cities enables access to office market data from numerous sources for all A, B and C Cities and now 35 D Cities. Compare and visualise the values for further presentation with just a few clicks. Enclosed you will find an overview of all available locations sorted by number of inhabitants:


Berlin, Hamburg, München, Köln, Frankfurt am Main, Stuttgart, Düsseldorf


Dortmund, Essen, Leipzig, Bremen, Dresden, Hannover, Nürnberg, Duisburg, Bochum, Bonn, Münster, Karlsruhe, Mannheim, Wiesbaden


Wuppertal, BielefeldAugsburg, MönchengladbachBraunschweig, Kiel, Aachen, Magdeburg, FreiburgLübeck, Mainz, Erfurt, Rostock, Saarbrücken, Mülheim an der Ruhr, Potsdam, OsnabrückHeidelberg, Darmstadt, Regensburg, Offenbach am Main, Erlangen


Gelsenkirchen, Chemnitz, Halle (Saale), Krefeld, Oberhausen, Kassel, Hagen, Hamm, Ludwigshafen, Oldenburg, Leverkusen, SolingenHerne, Neuss, PaderbornIngolstadt, WürzburgFürth, UlmHeilbronnGöttingenBottrop, KoblenzBremerhaven, Jena, TrierSalzgitterKaiserslautern, SchwerinRatingenFlensburgBayreuthGießen, Fulda, Stralsund

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Ludwigsburg, Esslingen am Neckar

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