Ginza Land Prices Are Flashing a Warning Sign in Tokyo

Now some investors surveying Japan’s property market are anticipating price corrections. Satoshi Horino, president of Mori Trust Asset Management Co., said he is hearing stories about appraisers calculating returns based not just on purchase price and …
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