On this page, figures were gathered on apartments with reinforced concrete and steel reinforced concrete structures completed in 2001 or later which have investment demand from funds and REITs. It provides market analysis with great accuracy by reflecting the opinions from on site by regularly visiting 36,000 companies in the Tokyo metropolitan area and leading brokerage companies in major cities throughout Japan, in addition to gathering rental data from the market.

Data for Q2 2011 *Sample

[Note] Compact types (C) and large types (L) were classified as indicated in the below table for the sake of convenience. Subject areas in Nagoya are Naka-ku, Higashi-ku and Atsuta-ku. Subject areas in Osaka are Nishi-ku, Chuo-ku, Higashi-Yodogawa-ku, Kita-ku and Naniwa-ku.

[Bunkyo-ku] Compact types increase greatly, further recovery expected *Sample

The decline of average advertised rent per tsubo of large types of close to 900 yen per tsubo [$3.4 per m2] in the first quarter was only 170 yen per tsubo [$0.6 per m2] in the second quarter. For compact types, the average rose by more than 300 yen per tsubo [$1.1 per m2] compared to the first period. Number of advertised (supply) units for compact types has fallen 42% since the fourth quarter of 2010, and with these developments, the rent per tsubo of compact types may further increase in the future.

[Note] Data collected and analyzed by Leasing Management Consulting. Rents are monthly rents per tsubo including administrative fees.