Older buildings have various income-inhibiting factors, such as deterioration of exterior walls and common use spaces associated with the passage of time, obsolescence of interior facilities and furnishings and inconsistences with optimal use, etc.
Also, there are buildings that were built before the enforcement of current earthquake resistance standards, buildings that cannot satisfy compliance with applicable laws for particular reasons, and buildings that cannot be independently disposed of due to complicated rights backgrounds. All of these buildings require owners to come to terms with a considerable lowering in market liquidity (i.e. decline in market prices).
In such a swirling climate, we find business opportunities.
We select the most appropriate solution tools from among our own toolkit of solutions to build up and realize income-maximizing scenarios for these kinds of property.
The end result is the maximization of the liquidity potential of each property in order to create high value added assets.
This is the business domain that we actively undertake in today’s society in which birthrates are in decline and the population continues to gray at an increasing pace resulting in existing stock surpassing the number of households, and the increase in the number of empty houses shows no signs of abating.