CEO Insight: Exit from quantitative easing in Japan no cause for concern for real estate investors
Japan’s central bank is not being driven by rising prices but is cautiously and reliably striving to normalize monetary policy.
CEO Insight: Immigration as Japan’s strategic response to population decline
Prime Minister Fumio Kishida is opening the doors to foreign workers more than any government before him. Large segments of the population support this policy – because they consider it necessary.
CEO Insight: US investors shift their focus to Japan
For European investors, Japan can be the perfect alternative to their domestic crisis.
CEO Insight: The Weak Yen as a Plus Alpha on Real Estate Yields in Japan
The current depreciation of the Japanese currency against the euro and dollar will come to an end. Those who invest in Japanese real estate now can earn an attractive premium.
CEO Insight: In Japan, Capitalism Works
Government, business and the stock exchange work together to increase shareholder and stakeholder value. In this way, everyone benefits from the free market economy.
CEO Insight: Japan says goodbye to the home office – and that’s good
The return of workers to offices acts as an additional pillar of support for the already resilient real estate market in Japan.
CEO Insight: Sustained residential demand drives Japan investment
Several factors are steadily bolstering Japanese demand for residential real estate, supporting rising rents and prices.
CEO Insight: The best time to enter Japan’s residential real estate is coming to an end
The “window of opportunity” for investors in this market is still wide open. However, for a profitable harvest, they should sow soon.
CEO Insight: Deglobalization increases Japan’s relevance, also for Investors
The emerging decoupling of global trade should support Japan’s economy and attract even more foreign real estate investors.
CEO Insight: Cost of capital in Japan to remain low in 2023
The normalization of monetary policy that has begun in Japan will cause interest rates to rise only slightly – the Japanese real estate market will retain its attractiveness.