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When considering the problem of housing in the future, it is essential to know the current state of declining birth rates and the surging aging population. How is the Japanese population actually keeping up with the transition? The total population peaked at 120.806 million in 2010 and has been gradually declining. Although the overall number is decreasing, the wider age group is composed of people of 75 years old or older, while the working-age population...

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Investment in commercial real estate has been at a minimum since 2013 The investment amount of business real estate in this term (Q1) (applicable to more than 1 billion yen, excluding land transactions and properties acquired at IPO of J-REIT) decreased by 30% compared to the same period last year, an investment of 761 billion yen, being at its lowest since 2013. In terms of entities involved, all investors decreased from the same period last...

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What does “Tokyo Shitamachi” refer to? When considering real estate investment in Japan, the metropolitan city of Tokyo is undoubtedly one of the highly recommended areas, however, due to the economic recovery from the recent Abenomics and the upcoming 2010 Tokyo Olympics, property prices in central Tokyo are soaring, making it “budgetarily difficult” – as some will say – to purchase real estate. Regardless, with an estimated population exceeding 38 million people when considering the...