Real estate investment appetite returns to pre-pandemic levels

Corporations in Japan are now taking a different approach to their real estate investment activities. Immediately following the initial shock of the pandemic there was a sudden move toward selling off key assets in order to prop up business sheets. Now that the pandemic is subsiding and business is returning to usual, corporations are back to seeking efficient real estate assets that provide stable revenue and allow for diversification out of traditional revenue streams.

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Why Tokyo’s real estate prices did not crash post-Olympics

Over the past few years, more than a few people told us that property prices in Tokyo were artificially inflated by the coming Olympics and that they were going to wait until the games were over to ‘pick up a bargain’. Since the announcement of the Olympics, there were frequent opinion pieces that predicted property prices would crash immediately after the Olympics.

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