New buildings in Japan yield a return of about 3-5%, while older buildings (10-30 years) can yield up to 8-10%.
Mature, Stable Rental Market
Thanks to Tokyo’s central role and company rent subsidies, properties, particularly those close to subway stations, enjoy a stable rental income.
Quality Real Estate
Japanese properties, built under strict regulations and using high-quality materials, are well-maintained, often offering higher quality than those in Hong Kong, particularly for buildings aged between 20-30 years.
Permanent Land Ownership
In Japan, property ownership, including land rights, is permanent and can be passed down through generations, ensuring long-term investment security.