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The Building Group announced the results of a survey on March 11, of office building market conditions in major areas of the six major metropolises (Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka, Fukuoka, Sapporo, and Sendai) for February 2020. The survey targeted office buildings with a vacancy rate of 100 tsubo* (330.579 square meters) or more of standard floor area and office buildings with rental contracts for estimated amounts of 100 to 300 tsubo (991.736 square meters). The average...

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The statistics are out. In 2019, the population of the Tokyo area, including Tokyo, Saitama, Chiba, and Kanagawa, increased by over 148,000 (148,783, to be precise). This may seem surprising to those used to reading cynical news about Japan’s decreasing population, which is true, but doesn’t show the whole picture. Rural-urban migration, as well as more immigration than before, is happening, resulting in some prefectures increasing in population. This was the sixth straight year in...

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On March 15, Sanko Estate Co., Ltd. officially announced market data for five wards in central Tokyo (Chiyoda, Chūō, Minato, Shinjuku, and Shibuya) and six major cities or metropolises (Tokyo, Sapporo, Sendai, Nagoya, Osaka, and Fukuoka). The market data regards large-scale building (standard floor area for rent of ​​200 tsubo or more). The vacancy rate in the five central wards of Tokyo was more or less flat at 0.59% (down 0.09 points month-on-month), falling to...

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The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism released the real estate price index for July 2019 (housing) and the second quarter (commercial real estate) on October 30. The 10-year average of the index is 100. Good news for real estate owners: prices, especially for condominiums, continue to rise. The housing index was 113.6 (up 0.7% year-on-year), rising for 56 consecutive months. Residential areas were 101.8 (down 2.5%), detached houses were 101.3 (down 1.1%), and...