Cranes operate at a construction site in Tokyo on May 13, 2019. Tokyo was the world’s most actively traded real estate investment market in the first six months of this year, ahead of New York and Paris. Photo: Bloomberg Cranes operate at a construction site in Tokyo on May 13, 2019. Tokyo was the world’s most actively traded real estate investment market in the first six months of this year, ahead of New York and Paris. Photo: Bloomberg
Cranes operate at a construction site in Tokyo on May 13, 2019. Tokyo was the world’s most actively traded real estate investment market in the first six months of this year, ahead of New York and Paris. Photo: Bloomberg
Nicholas Spiro
Opinion

Opinion

Nicholas Spiro

Japan property market a rare source of stability amid coronavirus

  • The pandemic has accentuated the appeal of Japan’s property market and revealed some of the misconceptions about Asia’s largest real estate investment market
  • While fears of Japan’s economic malaise spreading globally have intensified, the country’s real estate investment market has outperformed its regional peers

Cranes operate at a construction site in Tokyo on May 13, 2019. Tokyo was the world’s most actively traded real estate investment market in the first six months of this year, ahead of New York and Paris. Photo: Bloomberg Cranes operate at a construction site in Tokyo on May 13, 2019. Tokyo was the world’s most actively traded real estate investment market in the first six months of this year, ahead of New York and Paris. Photo: Bloomberg
Cranes operate at a construction site in Tokyo on May 13, 2019. Tokyo was the world’s most actively traded real estate investment market in the first six months of this year, ahead of New York and Paris. Photo: Bloomberg
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