Version 3.3: Market data in IZ Research extended to include hotel asset class

IZ Cities and IZ Properties now contains hotel market data on 50 German cities as well as a variety of other data on the asset classes retail and office – ideal for researchers, surveyors, expansion managers, investors and real estate agents.

“We understand the problem our clients face. They can find information on many cities and market segments, but this information is available from very different sources and compiling it requires a lot of research. With the implementation of further market data for hotel and retail properties, our clients receive the most important KPIs of these asset classes at a glance,” says Ingeborg Maria Lang, Head of Digital Research at Immobilien Zeitung.

Filter the new asset class hotel

With version 3.3 of IZ Research, you can now access hotel market data on 50 cities – including the 7 top locations (the complete list can be found here). In addition to the average daily room rate (ADR), the revenue per available room (RevPar) and the occupancy rate (OCC), a total of 15 relevant hotel key figures are available, which our data editorial team of around 15 employees has prepared for you. But that’s not all: “For a further 7,000+ cities, our customers receive basic information on local tourism and the accommodation on offer,” says Lang.

In addition, IZ Research’s dataset for the retail asset class has been increased by 24% – it now contains the most important KPIs for 190 cities – (the complete list can be found here), such as the purchasing power index or the prime rent. The range of market data is complemented by the office property type. Corresponding key figures from a total of 35 data providers are currently available for 123 cities, including all A, B and C cities as well as numerous D cities and 30+ unclassified cities (the complete list can be found here).

Version 3.3 provides in IZ Cities and IZ Properties the following hotel market key figures:

  • RevPar (Revenue per available room) = Turnover per available room in Euro
  • ADR (Average Daily Rate) = Average hotel room rate achieved on one day in Euro
  • ARR (Average Room Rate) = average room price in Euro
  • Open accommodation establishments
  • Number of guest beds
  • Total occupancy in %
  • Room occupancy in %
  • Bed occupancy in %
  • Overnight stays
  • Accommodation establishments
  • Tourism index = guest beds per 1,000 inhabitants
  • Amount of international tourism in %
  • Length of stay in days
  • Prime yield in %
  • Volume of transactions in €

About IZ Research

IZ Research is a research and analysis toolkit for the German real estate industry. Immobilien Zeitung has been working on the database since 2016 with the aim of making the German real estate market more transparent and providing the real estate industry with a comprehensive database. In addition to the Properties, Transaction database and Cities, IZ Research also includes a residential market analysis and an extensive database for real estate market reports (IZ Report Finder). All solutions are cloud-based and can be used worldwide at any time. Currently, 20 software developers, around 15 data editors, who are in close exchange with the 25-strong core editorial team of the Immobilien Zeitung, as well as numerous experts from the areas of user experience and web architecture are working on the product. Find out more at FacebookTwitter, in Blog or at

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