So you want to invest in Japanese real estate?

So you want to invest in Japanese real estate but, you are concerned you can not buy property in Japan.  
Well, don't worry.  You can purchase real estate in Japan for investment or individual use quite easily.   Even if you do not live in Japan.  Even if you don't have a Japanese visa.

Some wonder what the attraction of real estate in Japan is.  
For one, the ROI is incredible.  The return on investment here is quite high and very enticing.  We offer many properties with 10% or higher ROI.  We will also help you get the elusive 20% ROI investment properties.  The hotspot in Japan at the moment is Fukuoka and Kitakyushu.  We are big in Japan, and giants in Kitakyushu and Fukuoka!  This is where investors are looking now.  This is where you must look now.

What kind of freehold property(ies) should you get?
Good question.  There are many options here.  Entire apartment buildings, baseball stadiums, hotels, land prime for development, commercial property, parking lots, residential property, farmland, resort property, Japanese so called "mansion" / "manshon" condominiums which can be rented out higher than a typical apartment, etc. etc.  The list goes on.

At the moment, Tokyo based and foreign investors are big on Fukuoka area and Kitakyushu area condos.  The condominiums in these areas are cheaper than Tokyo, Yokohama, Osaka, Kobe, Nagoya, and Kyoto.  But they get, well, awesome rents.  A goldmine, if you will.  These are more attractive to tenants because, as a rule, they are of a higher quality, larger, and boast better features.

Also, automobile sales are picking up.  Besides being a positive economic indicator, this is a very clear sign parking spaces will be needed.  We have some parking garage / parking lots available currently that fetch 20% or higher return on investment.  Certain European investors in the know are keen on these.

In a nutshell, you have a lot of options.  We are happy to sit down and discuss with you what would be the best way to make your money work for you vis a vis the current properties listed on the market.  It's not so much a question of whether you'll make money, it's more a question of how much do want to make and what high return listing you would like to buy.