Tokyo Property Investment
Varied and highly versatile, the Tokyo property market has constant opportunities for the investor. This is the world`s biggest metropolitan center and it sees constant development. For those looking to be apart of the market, Tokyo benefits from a strong rule of law, relatively cheap pricing (especially when compared to other major Asian cities) and strong social stability.
The coming years will see the 2020 Olympics, major urban redevelopment projects and new economic policies that create further opportunity for growth.
Finding the opportunities
Although Akasaka or Aoyama offer the opportunity for capital gains, buyers are now often looking beyond these golden areas to benefit from higher yields elsewhere in Tokyo. The residential scene continues to evolve and expand as the city`s population is expected to continue to grow through to 2035, while tourism offers another important element into the mix.
New transport links, a major new retail outlet, a popular cultural site - these are just of some of the factors that are transforming locations at the micro-level.
Despite long-standing ideas that Tokyo is closed to outsiders, the city has no legal restrictions for foreign ownership and indeed many banks are now lending to foreign clients coming into the market. There has been a steady flow of inbound investment from around the world, with many investors who have traditionally preferred Singapore or Hong Kong now also turning to Japan as a strong and stable market in a fast-growing region.
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