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Japan’s Real-Estate Investment Market – Part 2 – Tenants & Tenancies

Click here for part 1 Alright, so we’ve covered the basics – Japan’s got beautiful cash-flow, zilch to negative capital gain (recently that trend has changed, but no one knows how long this will continue), and the icing on the cake – the best and safest business and tenancy environment one could possibly hope for …

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The Demand for Smaller Units in Japan’s Second Tier

With the trickle-down effect of investments into the second tier markets, we analyze why smaller units in this fast-paced market only last a few weeks, or sometimes just days. Investment Highlights Location: Japan’s second tier refers to Sapporo, Fukuoka, Nagoya and other metropolitan cities outside of Tokyo, located close to colleges, schools, hospitals and shopping. …

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Japan Real Estate Property Investment Market – Part 1

Uniquely Japan I’ve been intimately involved with Japan, its business environment, culture and etiquette for the past 14 years or so. I’ve lived here, on and off, for over 5 years. I speak the language (or at least, a very domesticated, casual version of it), and have, in recent years, even had some limited success …

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Japan’s Investment Property Market – 2016 Summary, 2017 Forecast

This post comes from NTI (Nippon Tradings International) – a proxy and buyers’ agency, representing investors purchasing real estate in Japan. You can find more of our posts tagged NTI and/or JapanProperties and can follow us on LinkedIn or Facebook. To begin the new year, we analyzed last year’s forecasts, compared them with current trends …

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