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Trend Report of the Value of Intensively Used Land in Major Cities ~Land Value LOOK Report~

What is Land Value LOOK Report

  1. Survey objective
    To clarify those land value trends of intensively used districts in major cities on a quarterly basis, which tend to indicate property market trends leadingly
  2. Matters to be surveyed
    Licensed Real Property Appraisers (LRPAs) collect information on the real property markets of the surveyed districts, and estimate land value trends by using real property appraisal
    methods. The results are to be aggregated in the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism. 133 LRPAs are committed to this survey.
  3. Surveyed districts
    Those districts in three major metropolitan areas (Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya areas) and other major cities, land price trends of which are particularly important in the real property market
    A total of 100 districts, including 43 districts in Tokyo area, 25 districts in Osaka area, 9 districts in Nagoya area, and 23 districts in other major cities, are surveyed. (See the attached
    sheet for the outlines of the districts.). Residential districts comprise of districts intensively used for high-rise apartments, etc. (32 districts). Commercial districts comprise of districts where
    shops and/or offices are intensively concentrated (68 districts).


    Note:The sample size of monitored districts was reduced from 150 to 100 in the first-quarter of 2015.



 

 




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