Germany - Residential Building Permits





Germany: Residential Building Permits

Mnemonic HPMTR.IDEU
Unit #, NSA
Adjustments Not Seasonally Adjusted
Annual 8.21 %
Data 2015 120,771
2014 111,610

Series Information

Source Federal Statistical Office (FSO) - Germany
Release Subnational - Permits
Frequency Annual
Start Date 12/31/1995
End Date 12/31/2015

Germany: Real Estate

Reference Last Previous Units Frequency
House Price Index Apr 2018 156.8 155.46 Index August 2005=100, NSA Monthly
House Price Index for Existing Homes Apr 2018 126.43 123.49 Index August 2005=100, NSA Monthly
House Price Value for Existing Homes Apr 2018 265,290 258,927 Euros, NSA Monthly
House Price Index for New Homes 2018 Q1 120 118 Index 2010=100, NSA Quarterly
Non-residential Building Permits Mar 2018 3.71 3.21 Bil. DEM/Bil. EUR, CDASA Monthly
Building Permits Feb 2018 24,562 24,840 Number, NSA Monthly
Building Completions 2016 277,691 247,722 Number Annual
Dwelling Stocks 2016 41,703 41,446 Ths., NSA Annual
Residential Building Permits 2015 120,771 111,610 #, NSA Annual

Release Information

For Germany, the number of new residential buildings permits granted and properties of the buildings, for NUTS 1, 2 and 3 subnational areas. Annual from 1995.

The source writes:

Data are compiled in compliance with the 1998 Law on Building Construction Statistics. 

Building activity surveys of building construction (building activity statistics) are regularly carried out at federal level in order to determine the volume, structure and development of building activities and to update the stock of residential buildings and dwellings.

The item directly surveyed is the building, which is classified as either residential or non-residential and further categorized by type of building.  Residential buildings are classified as one-, two-, or multi-family houses or as residential homes.  Non-residential buildings comprise, for instance, office and administrative buildings, agricultural buildings, factory buildings and workshops, hotels and restaurants.  Civil engineering projects (i.e. roads, tunnels, and bridges) are not covered by these statistics.