Japanese Land Values Decline at Slower Rate

A recovery in housing demand is slowing the decline in land values in Japan, according to a survey by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism.

Of the surveyed locations, 45 had no decline in value, with 3 of those sites reporting an increase in value. Compared to results from previous quarters, the total number of locations reporting a decline in values was 70%, down from 82% from the last quarter, and 96% from the quarter before that.

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