Picturesque half-timbered houses from various eras, modern art behind centuries-old walls, romantic alleys with small cafés and restaurants towered over by the Romanesque collegiate church visible from afar: Quedlinburg is the lively UNESCO World Heritage city in the northern Harz foreland. With its districts of Bad Suderode and Gernrode, which line up like pearls on the edge of the Harz mountains, Quedlinburg combines world cultural heritage, active holidays and recreation close to nature.
However, the municipality also struggles with vacant properties in Quedlinburg and the districts of Bad Suderode and Gernrode. For over 25 years, the World Heritage city of Quedlinburg has been actively developing the city to counteract demographic change and urban vacancy.
With its own municipal real estate portal (KIP), the city now offers its citizens a new digital service. The city itself, private individuals and local real estate agents can publish properties on the municipal real estate platform and thus find new tenants, buyers or leaseholders. Quedlinburg is also active in location marketing.