Even Monkeys fall out of trees!

Always look up, to be safe! There is a wonderful phrase that comes in very useful living here in Japan and it is “猿も木から落ちる” which translates to “even monkeys fall out of trees”. But what does that even mean??? Basically, even those that have...

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Great time to buy? – YES!

The Nikkei Asian Review has some excellent articles and I stumbled across another one this week. The article says that foreigners are no longer buying Japanese Real Estate! Apparently, prices are too high now with little room for improvement and that rental returns...

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8.5% net return in Shin Osaka

This deal came into the office today. 8 minutes from Shin Osaka, on the 8th floor of a 13 floor building. The building was constructed in 1980 with 181 apartments. A west facing 18.5 square meter apartment with a 2 square meter balcony. The current tenant pays...

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Why Property?

I speak to a lot of people about property, the benefits, the excitement and the returns. Almost always I am asked… why property? Then why not stocks, share… bitcoin? Well bitcoin will have to wait for another day but for now, let’s look at stocks and...

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3 Types of Property Assets

One of the most asked questions when purchasing properties for investments is should I purchase a property for capital growth or for rental income? To begin with there are 3 types of property assets. Growth – Properties that most likely will grow in value. Often these...

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New Year – New Deals

A family unit for a change 2019 is up and running, its going to be a busy and exciting year. As you know JPI specialises in single unit apartments close to the city centre within 5 minutes walk of a train station. Economical, good, clean and inviting properties that...

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