How I lived in Setagaya Tokyo with free rental for 5 Years

Tokyo Skyline By SeanPavonePhoto

The the real estate market in Japan in 2010s is a bit boring, no appreciation for asset prices, average rental income is 9% or less of investment. How do I make it? I just follow a few rules that I discover during my 3 years of property search.

Lifestyle Convenience

Location

Solid Land, Old town

Building Quality Standard

Developer, Architect design

Photo by Author. 2014 Spring (sakura), 2012 Autumn (girl) and 2013 Autumn (boy)

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Entrepreneur, Technologist. Love reading, traveling. working on strategy, driving the digital transformation forward, business process & startup

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