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November 9th, 2011
Tokyo Midtown from Tokyo Tower
In the second in a series, Erik Oskamp, CEO of Akasaka Real Estate, talks with REJ’s Adam German about what to look for if you’re looking for investment properties in Tokyo’s Minato and Shibuya Wards. How much did average rents fall after the Lehman shock? What yields can you expect from smaller versus bigger units? Are the central wards a good capital appreciation play? And what former post-WWII red light district is home to some of the city’s best new developments?
Erik will be covering topics like this and others in this month’s webinar on how to spot a good investment in Tokyo real esate. To register and ask Erik your questions, please sign up here.
Listen to Erik’s Tip of the Week below! Last week’s audio cast covered investment properties in northern Tokyo.
Erik Oskamp on Minato ku and Shibuya ku in Tokyo by RealEstateJapan
Photo credit: Chris 73 via Wikimedia Commons
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