Real Estate Agents in Japan

Find Real Estate Agents in Japan

Are you an expat and moving to Japan? As the world's third economy, Japan is a key business and trade actor in Asia. So it attracts expats in large numbers. Here are some type of houses in Japan. Serviced apartments: These include all the furniture, the kitchen, the appliances, as well as cleaning and concierge services. Great for short stays. Contracts from month to month. Unfurnished apartments: For longer stays this is a great option. Buy or lease the furniture or bring your own from abroad. Appliances vary from basic to fully included such as washer and dryer, lighting and fridge. Houses: Houses give you the freedom to have pets along with a back yard and gardening. If traditional style is your fancy, houses with tatami mats are also available and local real estate agents will be able to help you with this request. Guest houses: For short term stays, this option is a great way to enjoy your stay. Private bedrooms, with shared bathroom and living room.

Your search for an apartment or house in Tokyo STARTS with finding the right real estate agent in the neighborhood where you want to end up. No property related transaction in Japan can be realized without a licensed broker. It is imperative that you find a professional you trust as this will determine what kind of real estate you will be able to bid on, for what price, and how smoothly the process will flow.

At HousingAgent.jp we have compiled a list of recommendations to increase your chances of finding the agent that will in turn find you the right property. 1. Choose the area, then the real estate agent as not every agent can cover all the wards and the areas beyond. 2. Choose a real estate agent you like and trust. 3. Study on the neighborhoods you want to live in. 4. Check the agents licenses and the website for more information.

To put more emphasis on using a local real estate agent, your search for a local real estate agent that might even speak your language starts here on www.housingagent.jp. It's worth every penny.