1. 23.09.2021 · ZEW (fbr/ybr)
    DIFI Report by ZEW and JLL
    Real estate | Real estate financing | Coronavirus | Retail Trade | Office | Hotel industry
     The German Real Estate Financing Index is only slightly negative at minus 3.3 points.

    The German Real Estate Finance Index (DIFI) by ZEW Mannheim and JLL continues its upward trend. In the third quarter of 2021, it increases for the fifth time in a row and stands at 5.6 points (up 8.9 points compared to the previous quarter). This is the first time since the fourth quarter of 2017 that the index has moved above the zero mark.

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  2. 24.06.2021 · ZEW (fbr/jgl)
    DIFI Report by ZEW and JLL
    Real estate | Real estate financing | Coronavirus | Retail Trade | Office | Hotel industry
    The German Real Estate Finance Index shows only slightly negative results in the second quarter of 2021 at minus 3.3 points.

    The German Real Estate Finance Index (DIFI) by ZEW Mannheim and JLL increased for the fourth time in a row and is only slightly negative in the second quarter of 2021 at minus 3.3 points (plus 10.7 points compared to the previous quarter). The current market situation as well as the market expectations for the next six months have again improved significantly. The expectations indicator jumped into positive territory with a plus of 13.9 points, reaching its highest level since the end of 2015.

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  3. 17.03.2021 · ZEW (fbr/jgl)
    DIFI Report by ZEW and JLL
    Coronavirus | Real estate | Real estate financing | Office estate | Home Office
    The German Real Estate Finance Index (DIFI)

    The German Real Estate Finance Index (DIFI) by ZEW Mannheim and JLL continues its recovery in the first quarter of 2021. Despite the gain, it still remains in the red with a total of minus 14 points (plus 9.5 points compared to the previous quarter). Both the current financial situation and the financing outlook for the forthcoming six months are assessed more positively than at the end of the fiscal year 2020. According to the survey participants, the outlook is bleak for the retail sector, which is struggling due to the lockdown brought about by the coronavirus pandemic. By contrast, there is more of a positive outlook regarding the financing situation for office and hotel properties in the next six months

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  4. 10.12.2020 · ZEW (fbr/jgl)
    DIFI Report by ZEW and JLL
    Real estate financing | Coronavirus | Residential real estate | Real estate | Logistics
    The German Real Estate Financing Index (DIFI) climbed 12.5 points compared to the previous quarter.

    The German Real Estate Financing Index (DIFI) of ZEW Mannheim and JLL continues to improve in the fourth quarter of 2020. The sentiment indicator climbed 12.5 points to minus 23.5 points, thus almost returning to the level of the first quarter of 2020 (minus 18.5 points). In particular, the assessment of the financing situation of the past six months has resulted in the index almost reaching pre-pandemic levels.

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  5. 24.09.2020 · ZEW (cas/ybr)
    DIFI Report by ZEW and JLL
    Real estate financing | Coronavirus | Residential real estate | Real estate
    The German Real Estate Financing Index (DIFI) improved by 20 points compared to the previous quarter.

    The German Real Estate Financing Index (DIFI) of ZEW Mannheim and JLL rises again, but remains in negative territory at minus 36 points. After a slight decline in the sentiment indicator at the beginning of the year (by minus 3.7 points) to minus 18.9 points, and a plunge of 37.8 points in the second quarter to an index level of minus 56.7 points, the DIFI has now improved by more than 20 points in the third quarter compared to the previous quarter. At present, however, the indicator continues to remain below the values registered since the the survey began in 2011.

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  6. 25.06.2020 · ZEW (cas/jgl)
    DIFI Report by ZEW and JLL
    Real estate financing | Coronavirus | Real estate | Retail Trade | Logistics
    Due to the coronavirus crisis, the sentiment indicator of the ZEW and JLL declines to minus 56.7 points.

    The ongoing coronavirus crisis is now also reflected in the German Real Estate Finance Index (DIFI) of ZEW and JLL. In the second quarter of 2020, the sentiment indicator fell by 37.8 points to a current level of minus 56.7 points, with both the assessment of the current financing situation and the financing expectations for the coming six months having declined significantly. The variety of economic consequences and the uncertain impact of national and European economic stimulus packages have pushed the index to its lowest level since the survey began in 2011.

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  7. 12.03.2020 · ZEW (cas/jgl)
    DIFI Report by ZEW and JLL
    Real estate financing | Residential real estate | Real estate | Sustainability
    The ZEW/JLL sentiment indicator for commercial real estate financing declines to -18.9 points.

    The downward trend of the German Real Estate Financing Index (DIFI) of ZEW and JLL continues in the first quarter of 2020. The index fell 3.7 points to a level of minus 18.9 after the surveyed experts again gave a worse assessment of the financing situation both for the past six months as well as for the coming six months. Only the sub-indicators for stationary retailers show a clear improvement, but still remain in negative territory.

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  8. 05.12.2019 · ZEW (cas/jgl)
    DIFI Report by ZEW and JLL
    Real estate financing | Residential real estate
    Real Estate Financing Index remains negative in fourth quarter

    The fourth quarter of 2019 saw the German Real Estate Financing Index (DIFI) of ZEW and JLL deteriorate again slightly by 4.4 points to minus 15.2 points, the reason being the clearly negative assessment of the financing situation in the past six months despite an improved assessment of financing expectations. Experts remain sceptical about economic developments and global uncertainties such as Brexit and various ongoing trade disputes.

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  9. 12.09.2019 · ZEW (cas/jgl)
    DIFI Report by ZEW and JLL
    Real estate market | Real estate financing
    Real Estate Financing Index remains negative in third quarter

    The German Real Estate Financing Index (DIFI) of ZEW and JLL hardly changed at all in the third quarter of 2019, remaining negative at minus 10.8 points (plus 0.3 points compared to the previous quarter). In particular, financing expectations are deteriorating significantly, no longer able to be offset by a slightly positive assessment of the financing situation. The main reason for this is the persistently poor assessment of the situation of stationary retail.

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  10. 27.06.2019 · ZEW (cas/jgl)
    DIFI Report by ZEW and JLL
    Real estate market | Real estate financing
    DIFI indicator for real estate financing drops to minus 11.1 points in Q2 2019

    In the second quarter of 2019, the German Real Estate Finance Index (DIFI) by ZEW and JLL decreased by 1.4 points to a current reading of minus 11.1 points, thus remaining in negative territory. The majority of the experts surveyed see no change in the financing situation, either in the past or in the coming six months. However, those expecting changes in the financing situation gave a predominantly pessimistic assessment. The sentiment indicator for commercial real estate financing is thus also reflecting the subdued economic development in Germany.

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