Here is another yield study on property investment in Tokyo. Is your investment worth it? Find out how much your purchase is worth from a rental cost’s perspective. A listing price is analyzed with a rent of similar (or the same) sized unit in the same condominium to calculate its annual gross yield.
On this article, The Tokyo Towers is assessed.
The Tokyo Towers
- Built in 2008
- Twin tower
- 2,794 units
- 193.5m high
- Tallest condominium when it built
- Chuo-ward (ku)
- 5 minutes walk from to Kachidoki Station
- One of the flagship condominiums in Bayfront Tokyo
It turns out, its annual gross yield is in a range of 4.5% to 5.4% – slightly higher than Kachidoki View Tower, but lower than studio condominiums in Ikebukuro and Hongo.
Current listing – as of February 19 2015
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*Rental price includes monthly management fee, owed by a renter