10 Tokyo houses for sale under $100,000

The average price for a detached house in Tokyo was 43,177,200 Yen (553,000 USD) in 2010, and the average size of a house was 93.98 sqm (1011 sqft).

The following data is from AtHome.co.jp – one of Japan’s largest property listing sites. In Tokyo, there are 20,555 houses listed for sale as of August, 2011 (this may include listings of the same property by several agents). Of those, there are 741 (3.6%) under 20 million Yen (255,000 USD) and only 65 houses (0.3%) under 10 million Yen (128,000 USD). 75% of houses are priced between 20 ~ 55 million Yen (255 ~ 705,000 USD).

Here is a list of the 10 cheapest houses for sale in Tokyo:

10. 7,800,000 Yen (100,000 USD)
Kamiongatamachi, Hachioji City, Tokyo

Built: 1993
Land: 165.48sqm (Freehold)
House: 63.76sqm
20 mins by bus to Takao Station (5 mins to bus stop)

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9. 7,800,000 Yen (100,000 USD)
Funabori 3 Chome, Edogawa-ku, Tokyo

Built: 1961
Land: 72.72sqm (Freehold)
House: 25.94sqm
5 mins to Funabori Station

*House has a toilet but no bathroom.

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8. 7,800,000 Yen (100,000 USD)
Sumida 5 Chome, Sumida-ku, Tokyo

Built: 1970
Land: 24.05sqm (Freehold)
House: 40.61sqm
7 mins to Kanegafuchi Station

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7. 7,500,000 Yen (96,150 USD)
Chigasemachi 2 Chome, Oume City, Tokyo

Built: 1975
Land: 83.97sqm (Freehold)
House: 34.33sqm
11 mins to Higashi Oume Station

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6. 7,000,000 Yen (89,750 USD)
Higashinippori 6 Chome House, Arakawa-ku, Tokyo

Built: 1964
Land: 29.32sqm (Freehold)
House: 43.26sqm
4 mins to Mikawashima Station

*This house does not have any street frontage so it cannot be rebuilt, and no additions or extensions can be made. There is a toilet, but no bathroom.

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5. 6,900,000 Yen (88,450 USD)
Honisshiki 2 Chome, Edogawa-ku, Tokyo

Built: 1973
Land: 39.66sqm (Freehold)
House: 57.82sqm
23 mins to Shinkoiwa Station

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4. 6,800,000 Yen (87,180 USD)
Inadaira 5 Chome, Musahimurayama City, Tokyo

Built: 1972
Land: 65.37sqm (Freehold)
House: 60.39sqm
15 mins by bus to Akishima Station (3 mins to bus stop)

*This house is exceeds current building size limits.

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3. 6,800,000 Yen (87,180 USD)
Higashi Ikebukuro 2 Chome, Toshima-ku, Tokyo

Built: 1966
Land: 23.10sqm (Leasehold)
House: 29.74sqm
8 mins to Otsuka Station

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2. 5,800,000 Yen (73,350 USD)
Shinkojimachi, Machida City, Tokyo

Built: 1979
Land: 85.59sqm (Freehold)
House: 36.30sqm
10 mins by bus to Tsurukawa Station (5 mins walk to bus stop)

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1. 4,700,000 Yen (60,250 USD)
Nishishinkoiwa 3 Chome, Katsushika-ku, Tokyo*

Built: 1966
Land: 42.77sqm (Leasehold)
House: 46.26sqm
16 mins to Shinkoiwa Station

*According to the Tokyo Government’s earthquake risk assessment, this neighborhood received a ranking of 4 out of 5 (5 being the most vulnerable in the event of an earthquake). It received a 4 for risk of buildings collapsing, and a 3 for fire hazard.

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