A new wave of big private equity players, including KKR, are entering the Japanese real estate market, attracted by attractive yield spreads with Japan’s low interest rates and potential deals with companies that hold assets under -used.
Real estate investors around the world are brimming with cash and emboldened by the stabilization of vacancy rates and rents after the disruptions caused by the pandemic, and some are turning to buildings, real estate subsidiaries and other real estate assets that encumber the balance sheets of companies. Japanese companies.
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