Big Japanese cities such as Tokyo attract net migration, with young people moving in from other parts of the country, making them attractive for property investors. Photo: Shutterstock Big Japanese cities such as Tokyo attract net migration, with young people moving in from other parts of the country, making them attractive for property investors. Photo: Shutterstock
Big Japanese cities such as Tokyo attract net migration, with young people moving in from other parts of the country, making them attractive for property investors. Photo: Shutterstock
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Japanese residential property emerges as safe haven amid US-China trade war, geopolitical uncertainties

  • More investors interested in residential market, Cushman & Wakefield says
  • Cross-border investment in segment likely to hit at least US$2.1 billion this year

Topic |   Japan
Big Japanese cities such as Tokyo attract net migration, with young people moving in from other parts of the country, making them attractive for property investors. Photo: Shutterstock Big Japanese cities such as Tokyo attract net migration, with young people moving in from other parts of the country, making them attractive for property investors. Photo: Shutterstock
Big Japanese cities such as Tokyo attract net migration, with young people moving in from other parts of the country, making them attractive for property investors. Photo: Shutterstock
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