1. 25,000 moves per day there is in this country
25,000 moves are there per day in Germany. Over 9 million Germans move every year.
Leader in the comparison of the federal states is there Lower Saxony with a share of 10.5% in 2017, followed by Saarland with 10.1% and Bremen with 9.9%.
This is the result of an analysis by the energy service provider Techem, which was published in June 2018 and is available on Statista.com.
In relation to all federal states, the average relocation rate in 2017 was about 8.8%.
There were particularly few moves among tenants in the city states Berlin and Hamburg.
The relocation rate was here only 5.9% and 7.4% respectively.
2. The preparation begins 1-2 months before
A move should be planned well in advanceso that everything runs smoothly later.
According to the 2021 relocation study by Deutsche Post Adress, 30% of those surveyed begin 1-2 months before moving with the preparations, so relatively early.
18% start 3-4 months before with the preparations and whole 16% are already starting more than 5 months before moving with the plans.
38% of respondents take the move lightly: 23% are just beginning 2 to 4 weeks before with the preparations and 15% even first 2 weeks before.
Owners tend to start planning earlier than tenants.
One tip: create one moving checklist, so you don't forget anything.
3. Germans aged 18-29 years move most often
younger people move more often than older people.
Of the 1,038 respondents to Deutsche Post Adress's 2021 Relocation Study who had moved in the last 12 months, 45% were im Age between 18 and 29 years.
Of the proportion of women was there with 57% higher than the proportion of males (43%).
in the north (38%) and south (44%) was moved significantly more frequently than in the east with only 21%.
A large proportion, 50%, of the 1,038 respondents who had moved in the last 12 months had a high level of education.
According to an article by EnBW, the Germans pull just a little on average 5 times in her life.
4. Love is the most common reason for moving
According to a survey by Immowelt andmoving auction.de published on statista.com in June 2018, there are many reasons to move as an adult.
- Because of a relationship or love 59% of those surveyed decided to move.
- Immediately after that ranks with 56% Moving for family reasons.
- 49% of respondents are for professional reasons moved once in their life.
Other reasons for moving as an adult:
- Because of a real estate acquisition, say 49% of respondents
- Out of housing-related reasons, say 43% of respondents
- 42% of the respondents lead a Education as a reason for moving on
And when will the Germans move to the first own apartement?
According to a 2018 study by the opinion research institute TNS-Emnid, 71% of respondents aged 25 and under at home.
dare Women with a Share of 40% the step significantly more often than men (32%).
Over two thirds of 14 to 29 year olds still lives with their parents.
5. In July and August is most frequently moved
It probably comes as no great surprise that in the warmer months people move more often than in the cold months.
Overall, however, the distribution of nationwide moves across the four seasons is almost balanced.
This was the result of an anonymous evaluation of the forwarding orders from Deutsche Post Adress GmbH & Co. KG.
in the spring draw accordingly 25,4% of the people in Germany around, in Summer 27.5%, in the Autumn 24.8% and in Winter 22.4%.
The most popular moving day is the Saturday and the most popular months July and August.
In particular, the start of studies and training ensures an increased relocation volume.
in the November and February fewer relocations take place.