Germany - Non-residential Building Permits





Germany: Non-residential Building Permits

Mnemonic HPMTN.IDEU
Unit Bil. DEM/Bil. EUR, CDASA
Adjustments Calendar Adjusted and Seasonally Adjusted
Monthly 28.18 %
Data Nov 2022 4.73
Oct 2022 3.69

Series Information

Source Deutsche Bundesbank
Release Building permits granted for structural engineering work
Frequency Monthly
Start Date 1/31/1994
End Date 11/30/2022

Germany: Real Estate

Reference Last Previous Units Frequency
House Price Index Dec 2022 227.68 228.83 Index August 2005=100, NSA Monthly
House Price Index for Existing Homes Dec 2022 179.8 183.41 Index August 2005=100, NSA Monthly
House Price Index for New Homes 2022 Q4 154.7 151 Index 2015=100, NSA Quarterly
House Price Value for Existing Homes Dec 2022 378,269 385,734 Euros, NSA Monthly
Building Permits Nov 2022 24,304 25,399 #, NSA Monthly
Non-residential Building Permits Nov 2022 4.73 3.69 Bil. DEM/Bil. EUR, CDASA Monthly
Building Completions 2021 192,055 205,276 Number Annual
Dwelling Stocks 2021 43,084 42,803 Ths., NSA Annual
Residential Building Permits 2021 129,306 124,596 #, NSA Annual

Release Information

Building permits and building completions represent the core of building activity statistics, providing an essential basis for short-term assessments of the building market’s current economic situation.  The data are monthly and calendar and seasonally adjusted.  The breakdown includes residential and non-residential construction.

Data are based on monthly records of bulding permits.  The survey program provides for the collection of data on the building owner’s assignment to an economic sector, type of building, kind of building activity, the size of the building and estimated cost of building. The outcome of this statistical survey is indispensable information to be used by legislative bodies, the Federation’s and federal states’ governments, by builders’ and craftsmen’s associations and chambers and it is also required as a basis for numerous decisions to be taken with respect to the entire economic policy and, in particular, the building policy.

Data are subject to revisions.