Seminar

Investing in Japanese Real Estate for Beginners

Learn how to generate income streams through whole building investment in Japan. Doors open at 6:30PM. The seminar will start at 7PM.

Host:
Premium Value Bank
Date:
Time:
7:00 pm
Location:
Palacio Tower 4F. 3-6-7, Kita-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 107-0061
Admission:
FREE
Seats:
10

Premium Value Bank is pleased to announce their upcoming real estate investment seminar that will focus on investment solutions for purchasing residential apartment buildings.

With a nationwide network of properties, PVB is able to offer their clients a large range of suitable real estate investments.

This seminar is designed to help you learn the key facts about Japan market investment, provide you with options that you can take advantage of for your own investment strategies, and give access to exclusive property you will not find anywhere else.

We look forward to welcoming you in our spacious seminar room at Premium Value Bank’s Tokyo office.

This seminar is designed for Japan-resident foreigners who are new to whole building investment and will cover:

  • Types of income streams
  • Different ways to invest in condominium buildings
  • Understanding basic property information
  • Typical purchase flow
  • Services provided by Premium Value Bank.

*Due to certain financing requirements, this seminar is limited to investors with an annual income of ¥7,000,000 or greater. We appreciate your understanding.

Premium Value Bank’s Tokyo office.

This seminar will be led by an experienced Premium Value Bank associate.

Doors open at 6:30PM. The seminar will start at 7PM and private consultations will start at 8PM.

Access

Palacio Tower 4F. 3-6-7, Kita-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 107-0061

Host

Premium Value Bank

Premium Value Bank is a Japanese real estate company that specializes in whole building apartment sales all over Japan.

The company has a strong background in property management and takes pride in its ability to provide smooth, stress-free investments for foreigners looking to include Japanese properties as part of their investment portfolio.