Rent rises 11% on Tokyo Stock Exchange Building

The rent for the Tokyo Stock Exchange Building in Nihonbashi is increasing for the first time in 25 years. Starting in April, the building’s annual rent has increased by 11.1% to 3 billion Yen (approx. 28 million USD).



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Miyakojima’s property boom

Land prices on this tropical island in Okinawa have increased by as much as 50,000% (no, that’s not a typo) over the past four years.

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Apartment rents in Tokyo increase by 5.3% in 2018

The average rent for an apartment in Tokyo’s 23 wards saw a 5.3% year-on-year increase in 2018 – the highest annual percentage increase in over 10 years. This was due in part to the fact that over 10% of the listings in the first half of the year were new construction. Newly built apartments tend to command higher rents than older ones, and can pull up the average. Average rents in Tokyo are now up 16% from their bottom in 2012.

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Nagoya’s most expensive rental apartments to arrive in 2019

A 28-storey rental apartment building under construction in Nagoya’s Sakae neighborhood is set to become the most expensive building the city has seen. The most expensive apartments in the 156-unit building are two 253 sqm (2,722 sq.ft) 3-Bedroom units on the 27th floor each with an advertised rent of 1,641,000 Yen per month (approx. 15,000 USD). The two apartments include their own 12-seater dining room with a separate entrance.

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