The Nikkei Real Estate Market Report Starts in July


TOKYO-- July 1, 2007 -- Nikkei Business Publications, Inc. (Head Office: Tokyo, President: Seiichi Oteru) started a fee-based information site, the NIKKEI REAL ESTATE MARKET REPORT at on July 1. The site offers information on the movement of the Japanese real estate investment market in English.

The real estate investment business is becoming increasingly internationalized every year. As the country that boasts the second largest market in the world after only the United States, Japan is no exception. Companies such as Morgan Stanley and GE Real Estate of the U.S., Singapore's CapitaLand and Australia's Babcock < Brown are starting to invest hundreds of billions of yen. Morley Fund Management, the largest asset management company in Europe, has also announced investments of roughly 590 billion yen, evidence of expanding investment in the Japanese real estate market.

Nikkei Business Publications, Inc. launched the Japanese language version of the Nikkei Real Estate Market Report in 2002. Proprietary information that isn't available from any other source on individual deals, including background information, transaction prices, yields and rents, is supplied in the form of news and reports. Based on the success of this site, news on Japanese property markets will be published in English, information that is indispensable for making investment decisions in Japan. In addition, lists of deals occurring nationwide in Japan, as well as analysis reports on real estate investment and development in major cities, will be presented.

Main Content

-- Latest News and Behind-the-scenes Reports
Flash reports on property trades, corporate strategies and market behavior. Detailed tracking of transaction prices, yields and rents.

-- Research and Analysis Reports
Original studies and analysis on real estate investment movement trends in property development and office space market conditions will be distributed in reports.

-- Monthly Deals
A list of deals occurring nationwide will be presented in table format and made available as market analysis data.

-- Weekly Pick To better understand the movement of the market, a weekly email newsletter covering all the news published on our website will be sent to you.

Media Outline

Start of Service: July 1
Subscription Fees: Special Offer 300,000 yen (valid 12 months, available to residents outside Japan only.)
(Regular Fees 360,000 yen: 30,000 yen/month x 12 months)
-- For subscriptions from Japan, please check our website.

About Publisher

Nikkei Business Publications is part of the Nihon Keizai Shimbun group, the world's largest group of companies providing mainly business and financial information for most Japan's decision makers. Covering a wide variety of specialized areas including business, computer, electronics, construction, services and medicine, Nikkei Business Publications is the number one business publisher in Japan. As of December 2007, we publish 39 magazines and 3 newsletters, reaching a combined total readership of over 2.3 million.

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Founded in 1969, Nikkei Business Publications is the publisher of the Nikkei Real Estate Market Report and is the leading provider of business information and commercial property transaction data for Japan. Part of the Nikkei Group, one of the world's largest financial media companies, Nikkei Business Publications is based in Tokyo and has over 900 employees.

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