Big in Japan: RE funds have poured $15B into the market since 2014

Between January 2014 and September 2017 alone, real estate funds have sunk about $15 billion into Japanese property markets, according to Bloomberg, with expectation that, thanks to the Bank of Japan, investment yields will stay high relative to government …
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