April 2017

It seems that despite the turbulence in economics and politics the relocation industry is on a good path of growth – at least in Europe. Whether this is happening in other continents as well, we do not know.  Unfortunately due to the low participation, the data collected do not allow us to draw valid conclusions.   

Now to the recent figures. The EuRA Index has raised to 129.5.  This is the highest level since May 2010 when we started our monthly analysis. At that time the EuRA Index was at 109.4.

Participants Q1 Q2 Q3 Total Index
United Kingdom 10 47 45 47
Average 4.70 4.50 4.70
Weighted 4.70 6.75 9.40 20.85 113.44
Ireland 1 6 6 6
Average 6.00 6.00 6.00
Weighted 6.00 9.00 12.00 27.00 146.90
Germany 10 42 43 45
Average 4.20 4.30 4.50
Weighted 4.20 6.45 9.00 19.65 143.64
France 9 28 30 32
Average 3.11 3.33 3.56
Weighted 3.11 5.00 7.12 15.23 111.17
Benelux Region 5 19 22 23
Average 3.80 4.40 4.60
Weighted 3.80 6.60 9.20 19.60 130.23
Southern Europe 6 28 29 31
Average 4.67 4.83 5.17
Weighted 4.67 7.25 10.34 22.26 133.53
Nordic Region 7 33 35 35
Average 4.71 5.00 5.00
Weighted 4.71 7.50 10.00 22.21 124.43
Switzerland 3 14 16 13
Average 4.67 5.33 4.33
Weighted 4.67 8.00 8.66 21.33 87.96
Austria 4 15 17 19
Average 3.75 4.25 4.75
Weighted 3.75 6.38 9.50 19.63 80.95
Eastern Region 4 14 17 19
Average 3.50 4.25 4.75
Weighted 3.50 6.38 9.50 19.38 125.03
Total Europe 59 246 260 270
Average 4.17 4.41 4.58
Weighted 4.17 6.62 9.16 19.95 129.50

15.39 is the benchmark for Europe for the future and represents 100% of the overall Index

Question results

Q1. How do you rate the last month?

Q2. How do you rate the coming month?

Q3. What are your expectations for your business in 6 months from now?

Index trend

United Kingdom

Ireland

Germany

France

Benelux Region

Southern Europe

Nordic Region

Switzerland

Austria

Eastern Region

Europe