Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s recent landslide victory not only bodes well not only for Japan’s economy, but also the country’s real estate investment market.
Japan’s logistics real estate market may see some price softening next year as new supply outpaces demand, opening up potential opportunities for new investors to enter the market.
A combination of Abenomics and quantitative easing has led to a revived economy and an increasingly bullish real estate market in the Land of the Rising Sun.
As U.S. pension giant, TIAA, reportedly sets its sights on Japanese real estate, demand from foreign funds remains strong.
Traditionally focused on central Tokyo, overseas investors looking at Japanese real estate are increasingly looking towards regional cities.