Japanese Property Market Quarterly Review, Fourth Quarter 2016-J-REITs Appreciate by 6% and Record Third Largest Yearly Acquisition Amount in 2016-
While Japan’s GDP growth rate was revised down in the third quarter, private consumption and private capital expenditure are e...
Asian insurers have noticeably increased property investments in recent years backed by their growing insurance markets.So...
Interest Rate Concerns Emerge, Property Prices Forecasted to Decline after Going Sideways～The Thirteenth Japanese Property Market Survey～
The thirteenth annual property market survey indicated that the current sentiment remained strong with “Good” or “Somewhat g...
Japanese Property Market Quarterly Review, Third Quarter 2016-Inbound Demand Peaks Out Affecting Retail Stores and Hotels-
Japanese real GDP maintained a positive q-o-q growth for the third consecutive quarter. Housing starts of apartments for leas...
Asian Insurers, Increasingly Influential Property Investors-Mainland Chinese Insurers Follow Taiwanese and Koreans-
Asian insurers have noticeably increased property investments in recent years. Following active Taiwanese and Korean insur...
Japanese Property Market Quarterly Review,Second Quarter 2016-While Housing Starts Robust, Office and Retail Rents Peak Out-
Several negatives such as the earthquake in Kumamoto, Brexit, the appreciation of the yen and the equity market decline based o...
This issue will discuss the introduction of cash benefits for family care . There was some discussion about the introduction of ...
Japanese Property Market Quarterly Review, First Quarter 2016 -Office Rents Rise Again, Foreign Visitor Arrivals Boost Hotels and Land Prices-
Japan’s real GDP grew only 0.7% with a lack of vigor in private consumption in 2015. While housing starts have recovered, the num...
Cross Border Capital Flows into Japanese Properties in 2015-Risk-Off Sentiment Restrains Property Transactions-
While the risk-off sentiment spread into financial markets all over the world, the transaction volume of Japanese properties ...
Last March I visited Russia for the first time. How has Russia changed over the last quarter century, from the disintegration of ...
Social Development Research Department
The Current Status of the Earned Income Tax Credit in South Korea and the Implication to Japan―Earned Income Tax Credit or Reduced Tax Rate? ―
On January 1, 2008, South Korean government introduced an Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) to boost work incentives of the worki...
Foreign capital inflows to the Japanese property investment market have recently increased, years after the Global Financia...
Japanese Property Market Quarterly Review, Fourth Quarter 2015-J-REITs Decline for First Time in Four Years, Foreign Visitor Arrivals Increase 47%-
After recovering to a positive number in the third quarter, the real GDP growth rate turned negative again due to weak private co...
Outlook Reverses, Divergence in Forecasts of Property Price Peak from 2015 to 2018～The Twelfth Japanese Property Market Survey～
The twelfth annual property market survey indicated that the current sentiment remained strong with “Good” or “Somewhat good...
Japanese Property Market Quarterly Review, Third Quarter 2015-Markets Steady but Some Weaknesses Creeping In-
Japanese economic recovery has not been obvious from the negative q-o-q GDP growth in the second quarter. Housing starts have b...
Japanese Property Market Quarterly Review,Second Quarter 2015-Housing Starts Recover, Foreign Visitors Boost Hotel and Retail-
■SummaryJapan’s real GDP shrank due to declining exports in the second quarter for the first time in three quarters. Con...
Comparison between South Korea and Japan (1): Starting Salary for New University Graduates - Is the Starting Salary for University Graduates in South Korea Higher than in Japan? -
According to the “Survey Result of Wage Adjustment 2014” announced by the South KoreaEmployers Federation (KEF) in November 2...
Japanese Property Market Quarterly Review, First Quarter 2015 -Office Rents Steady and Transactions Increase-
■SummaryJapan`s real GDP growth is likely to become negative at -1% in fiscal 2014, however, it is expected to strengthen herea...
Japanese Property Market Quarterly Review, Fourth Quarter 2014 - J-REITs Soar for Third Year and Office Demand Expands-
■SummaryFollowing negative GDP growth numbers in the second and third quarters, the government decided to suspend the next c...
Utmost Optimistic Sentiment Still Rising, but Property Prices to Peak Out by 2017-The Eleventh Japanese Property Market Survey-
■SummaryThe eleventh annual property market survey indicated that the sentiment improved further with “Good” ...
Japanese Property Market Quarterly Review, Third Quarter 2014 -Leasing and Investment Markets Robust while Housing Slows-
■SummaryDomestic economic sentiment has not noticeably improved after recovering from the temporal depression following t...
■SummaryProperty prices in Tokyo are much higher than in other cities. Tokyo’s high property prices are sustained not o...
Japanese Property Market Quarterly Review,Second Quarter 2014-Leasing and Investment Activity Steady, but Labor Shortage Risk-
■SummaryThe impact of April’s consumption tax rate increase is greater than when it was last raised in 1997. However, co...
Japanese Property Market Quarterly Review,First Quarter 2014-Grade-A Offices Lead Full Fledged Market Recovery-
■SummaryJapan`s actual GDP growth is likely to secure 2% in fiscal year 2013 with “Abenomics” and the rush of dema...
Japanese Property Market Quarterly Review, Fourth Quarter 2013-10 Million Foreign Visitors and Bright J-REIT Market-
■Summary“Abenomics,” which aims to create a positive economic cycle, has gradually affected employment after ...
Japanese Property Market Quarterly Review,Third Quarter 2013 -Rent Recoveries in All Sectors Follow Investment Optimism-
■SummaryThe economic sentiment has continued to improve even amidst global uncertainties. Although household income has no...
Dominant Optimistic Sentiment with Further Improving Outlook ～The Tenth Japanese Property Market Survey～
■SummaryThe tenth annual property market survey resulted in a very optimistic current investment sentiment with “Goo...
Japanese Property Market Quarterly Review, Second Quarter 2013 -Steady Property Market with Economic Recovery-
■SummaryJapan’s GDP grew by 1% q-o-q equivalent to annual 4.1% in the first quarter of 2013. Both domestic and foreign ec...
■SummaryBusiness confidence has improved considerably with the Japanese yen depreciation and the equity market rally since ...
■SummaryWhile many global companies focus on Asian businesses, even Japanese companies in domestic property industries are ...