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By Adam German
April 9th, 2012
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International real estate investment and services firm Kennedy Wilson today announced that KW Residential, LLC, the company’s unconsolidated Japanese venture, refinanced part of its multifamily portfolio in the amount of $80 million at a 1.61% interest rate, fixed for five years. Mitsubishi UFJ provided the financing. Click here to continue reading.
Credit ratings on Japanese mortgage bonds have surpassed Toyota Motor Corp. (7203), the country’s highest- ranked company by Standard & Poor’s, boosting their appeal for investors and driving spreads to the narrowest on record. Click here to continue reading.
Lawson Inc. (2651), Japan’s second-largest convenience-store chain, is in talks to buy at least three operators in China in its first overseas acquisition as the company looks to faster growing markets to increase sales. Click here to continue reading.
Japanese stocks rocketed to some of the strongest gains in recent memory over the first three months of this year, but a further advance for the market will likely depend in large part on where government policy goes. Click here to continue reading.
You have to hand it to the real estate developers behind the Gate Tower Building in Fukushima-ku, Osaka, Japan (seen above) for making the most of limited space and building their office building over and around a highway running between the fifth and seventh floors. Click here to continue reading.
Hotel Okura JR Huis Ten Bosch, located in Sasebo City, Nagasaki, Japan, became the newest addition to international luxury hotel group Okura Hotels & Resorts on April 1st. Click here to continue reading.
Sylvia Huang grew up in the beautiful garden city of Singapore, but the explorer in her brought her to glittery Tokyo, where she has spent the last 7 years studying Japanese and working in investment management. Check out Sylvia’s picks before visiting the city that never sleeps!
Here it is. A one bedroom apartment in Tokyo Japan that has a price tag of $US21.8 million ($21.1 million). Click here to take a look!
Photo credit: MASA via Wikimedia Commons
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