Our Japan Property Market Report for 2022

2022 was a year of turmoil for markets, with interest rate rises, high inflation, and ongoing supply chain disruptions. Japan did not suffer to the same extent, with interest rates and inflation remaining low. The stable domestic conditions favored the real estate market with prices continuing to rise throughout the year.

Please feel free to view or download the PDF of our annual Japan Property Market Report, linked below.

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Apartment prices in central Tokyo hit new high in November

Apartment prices in central Tokyo hit a new record high in November, with REINS reporting the average reported sale price of a second-hand apartment in the central three wards at 1,627,200 Yen/sqm. This is a 3.3% increase from the previous month and an 18.2% increase from last year. It’s the highest price-per-square-meter on recent record.

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Expected rental yields on Tokyo real estate assets hit 23-year low

Investors are expecting lower rental yields from office and residential assets in Tokyo. According to the Japan Real Estate Institute’s investors survey published on November 2022, the expected rental yield on Class A office space in Tokyo’s Marunouchi and Otemachi district was 3.2% as of October 2022, down from a 3.3% expected yield in April.

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