For a while the construction production has been increasing and the property market is picking up. Due to economic growth, demand for new homes, utility buildings and infrastructure is increasing. More is being rented out and invested by investors. Tenants, however, attach increasing importance to flexibility and do not want to commit to a long rental period. This makes location, marketability and exploitation opportunities for real estate investors increasingly important.

Growth in the branches is limited in the short term due to capacity problems. There is a shortage of labor, materials and available construction sites. This increases the purchase prices and slows down the construction process. Responding well to these problems are major challenges. The demand for innovations in construction in the field of insulation, heating and electricity also remains high. For example, new residential areas will now be realized almost exclusively without gas because the connection obligation on the gas network has expired on 1 July 2018.