Category: Market data

Data procurement for municipal heat planning

Last Sunday was the state election in Saxony-Anhalt, for many a barometer of mood for the federal election in September. The election results were also observed in faraway countries: Thus, in the ticker reports of the Bloomberg TV stock exchange channel from New York City, the news appeared late Sunday evening that elections were held in the poorest Federal state ("poorest state") of Germany. Is that so? What does the Nexiga purchasing power data say about this?

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A question of the type of building 

Everything to do with Building, has been available from Nexiga for four decades. Since the 1980s, the Building has been the subject of area-specific investigations. It is the factual basis for the data and analysis world and has already delivered successful results to many planning and evaluations.

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Purchasing power 2024 increases by around EUR 2,000 per inhabitant 

The increase in purchasing power in recent years was halted by the Corona pandemic. Now the purchasing power of Germans per capita is rising again - but only nominally. The challenge for companies and consumers will remain in 2022 due to additional crises. What does this mean in detail or specifically for your Municipality ?

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Cost of living Purchasing power

The cost of living varies greatly

Life is expensive in the German metropolises. According to a recent study, the cost of living in Germany varies considerably from region to region. A key factor in this is the

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Where more safety is required...

Corona times have been tough for all of us, whether as private citizens or for business owners, restaurateurs, cultural workers and many others. But also for another group

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Central markets and catchment areas

There are currently 10,993 towns and municipalities in Germany. With their facilities and services - from public administration to various shopping opportunities - the towns and cities have a lot to offer.

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