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Nishi-Nippon Railroad to develop for-sale condominium community in Philippines

Nishi-Nippon Railroad (a.k.a. Nishitetsu) will develop for-sale condominium buildings in Antipolo, Philippines, its first project in the country. Construction will start in July 2023 with completion slated for May 2024.

Mitsubishi acquires two older buildings in Shimbashi

Mitsubishi Estate acquired two building in Shimbashi, Minato-ku. The company will...

H2O Retailing selling Umeda land, gaining Y4.9bn

H2O Retailing, which has Hankyu Hanshin Department Stores under its umbrella, publicly announced the sale of the 838 m2 Koyo Kaikan site in Umeda. The company expects a profit of approximately 4.9 billion yen [$36 million] from the sale of the property.

Sunada Property sells two Osaka apartment buildings

Real estate developer Sunada Property, a subsidiary of Sunada Construction of Hirakata City, Osaka Prefecture, sold two rental apartment buildings in Osaka City.

Daiwa House developing mixed-use building in Yokohama City

Daiwa House Industry will construct a mixed-use building consisting of retail spaces, office spaces and 30 residential units in Nogecho, Naka-ku, Yokohama City.

LaSalle acquires building under development in Nagoya

Chicago Property GK, believed to be a special purpose company of LaSalle Investment Management, acquired 1,763 m2 of land in Meieki, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya City. An office building is being developed on the site. Daiwa House Industry was the initial developer, but, Chicago Property GK appears to have taken over the project.

Daiwa Securities Group acquires new apartment in Nippombashi, Osaka

GK Tokyo Residential 5 acquired a 154-unit rental apartment building in Nippombashi, Osaka City. This special purpose company appears to be affiliated with Chuo-ku-based Daiwa Real Estate Asset Management.

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WHAT'S IN THE MONTHLY REPORT: AUGUST 2022

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Transactions: 2Q 2022

Transaction Volume Falls 40%

Reverberations of REIT market slump
Transaction volume in the second quarter of 2022 fell by an impressive 40% year-on-year, due in part to the slump in the REIT market. Against the backdrop of rising interest rates worldwide, the prices of investment units are on a stagnating trend and both the amount of funds raised and the quarterly figures for total amount of purchases hit decade lows. On the other hand, land transactions remained robust, with transaction volume for such growing more than three times year-on-year.
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