My latest YouTube video clip about the shady realtors in Japan.
Despite the very strong suspect which many industry specialists are pointing out, major brands are exploiting
both buyers and sellers all the time.
Please find out how they make money.
Their murky deals are long over due.Read more
My latest YouTube video clip about the bank loan scandal for the investment
ARUHI (SBI group) is accused for arranging the fraudulent bank loan for
the rogue real estate realtors and investors.
They all conspired with an accomplice to get a low-interest funding to buy an investment property,
which is only applicable to the housing.
Where is the most expensive location in Tokyo ?
Ginza in Chuo-ku.
You are right. In terms of face value, Ginza is the most expensive location in Japan and those expensive
locations are commercial areas.
What about the condos relative to the ratio of rent ?
With the rise in land prices, real estate has become difficult to buy year after year.
Where is the area which is relatively cheaper than other areas in terms of the payback period using
the rent you have to pay ?
Real estate research firm Tokyo Kantei announces “Condominium PER” every year for new condos
as one of the judgment criteria.
Truth to be told.
1 in 7 homes across the country is empty.
Around 5 million of Japan’s vacant homes are intended for future sale or rental.
The phenomenon is a function of a declining population and the continued pace of housing construction.
Despite being the world’s third-largest economy, Japan’s population has been shrinking since 2010.
The population is also getting older.
A new survey shows the problem is far greater than expected.
The government recently announced the new survey result about akiya (unused house)
According to the Housing and Land Statistics Survey in October 2018 announced by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, the ratio of akiya (unused house) to the total number of dwellings in the country was a record high of 13.6%
,meaning 1 in 7 homes across the country is empty.
New listing in Japan’s old imperial capital !
The Kyoto district best known for its geishas, Shinto shrines, and teahouses.
I have visited beautifully renovated KYOTO Machiya house.
You will love it.
What’s notable in the Kyoto’s real estate scene is how old and new mix seamlessly.
And the key word in Kyoto is subtlety.