Azabu Juban is located in Tokyo's Minato-ku on both the Namboku and Oedo lines. Due to its proximity to high class residential areas such as Roppongi,
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Shibuya, a land from which young fashions emanate. There are 9 lines serviced by 4 companies (JR, Tokyu Corporation, Keio Electric Railway Company and Tokyo Metro)* with the average number of passengers alighting at the station each day reaching a total of 2.8 million
"Property Investment Japan" - The feature of the Daiwa Homes Online Co., Ltd.
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The reasons to invest in Japan’s property
1. Sophisticated Market
A huge and sophisticated market exists in Japan
GDP is ranked 3rd in the world
Japan’s GDP is nearly 500 trillion yen,
A leading world economy that boasts large-scale economic power.
Japan’s regional economies have GDPs the size of other countries.
International comparison of Japanese regional gross production (nominal , FY2011) (Unit $1 billion)
Reference : https://www.jetro.go.jp/en/invest/whyjapan.html
2. Comfortable Living
A country where you can live safely and pleasantly - Japan
Global Peace Index 2014 Rank 1st in Asia
OECD Better Life Index “Safe” category Rank 1
Longest life expectancy in the World.
Average life expectancy is ranked 1st in the world.
Well-developed medical infrastructure
Number of hospital beds per 1,000 people (13.4) is ranked 1st among OECD countries.
Abundance of nurses
Ratio of nurses to number of physicians is ranked 1st among OECD countries.
3. Property Price Level
Comparison price level of luxury condominium.
As at April 2015 / Area : Motoazabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo (Price index = 100.0)
The property price level in Tokyo is 30% of London, 57% of New York, 69% of Singapore. It is less expensive among major cities of the world in spite of its large economy. Moreover, features of the Tokyo rental apartments are that the rent is unlikely to fall and the vacancy rate is low. Investors like the Japanese legal frame work, large market and stable economy that provides consistent income.
Voice of Customer
|Owner||Family from Indonesia|
|Price Range||approx. 130million Yen|
1) What inspired you to purchase a property in Japan?
My family is attracted by the value of property in Tokyo. It is much cheaper than other major metropolitan cities in the world.
Also, we love to come to Japan, so it is convenient to be able to own a place to stay.
2) What is your favorite points regarding your property?
We love our property because it is spacious, well-designed and decorated, and is located close to train stations. Plus it is in a nice and quiet neighborhood.
3) Why did you decide to purchase that property?
The price is reasonable for the size. Also because it is recently renovated.
4) Why did you send an inquiry to us at the beginning?
Your website is very accessible and informative, so we have a good idea of the properties on offer and can compare them first before going to Japan.
5) Evaluation of our company and our service
We find your service to be prompt and courteous. We were very impressed throughout the showing because you provided interpreters and transport to the properties; and especially the explanation during the signing process in your office. It was extremely detailed.
6) Please give your advice the people who will consider purchasing the property in Japan?
I believe a lot of people from Southeast Asia, especially Indonesia and Singapore, will be interested in buying property in Japan. Most Indonesians invest in Singapore, but the recent laws regarding Stamp Duty at 15% of the property price has caused interest in Singapore property to dwindle. Hong Kong property is too expensive. In Australia, foreigners can only purchase new property and can only sell the property later to Australian citizens, making investment there inflexible.