5 ADVANTAGE OF APARTMENT RENTALS

01 Tangible Asset

Apartments are tangible assets that can be left behind

Dealings with securities such as stocks and shares run the risk of being affected by financial slumps, and in extreme cases they may even lose their value completely. With apartment rentals, you are dealing with a property that remains physically in your possession regardless of changes in the economic climate, so the value of this asset cannot go down all the way to zero. This is an investment that is considered to be low risk with long-term returns.

02 Rental Income as Pension

Rental income can become your personal pension.

Japan is a country that is increasingly suffering serious problems due to its low birth rate and aging population. In addition, it is also going through a period of uncertainty where people are becoming unable to rely on the provision of public pensions. As the retirement age rises, there is also an increase in people's mistrust with regard to the public pension system. With apartment rentals, you can obtain a long-term rental income that is stable, providing you with extra peace of mind in addition to your work income, public pension, and personal pension.

03 Life Insurance

Peace of mind even in unexpected events

Mortgages and group credit life insurance policies come as a set. In the case of an unexpected event, any remaining debt is repaid, leaving the property as a debt-free asset.

04 Inheritance Tax Benefit

Rental properties can provide advantages

in terms of inheritance tax.

When inheriting assets, cash and stocks are taxed based on the market value at the time; however, in some cases the valuation of apartments can be approximately 1/3 of the price.

05 Tax Reduction Benefit

Any expenses can be declared

as necessary expenses.

For taxation purposes, necessary expenses are allowed in the management of apartment rentals, and in some cases these can allow you to enjoy reductions in income tax and municipal tax.

 

5 ADVANTAGE OF APARTMENT RENTALS

01 Tangible Asset

Apartments are tangible assets that can be left behind

Dealings with securities such as stocks and shares run the risk of being affected by financial slumps, and in extreme cases they may even lose their value completely. With apartment rentals, you are dealing with a property that remains physically in your possession regardless of changes in the economic climate, so the value of this asset cannot go down all the way to zero. This is an investment that is considered to be low risk with long-term returns.

02 Rental Income as Pension

Rental income can become your personal pension.

Japan is a country that is increasingly suffering serious problems due to its low birth rate and aging population. In addition, it is also going through a period of uncertainty where people are becoming unable to rely on the provision of public pensions. As the retirement age rises, there is also an increase in people's mistrust with regard to the public pension system. With apartment rentals, you can obtain a long-term rental income that is stable, providing you with extra peace of mind in addition to your work income, public pension, and personal pension.

03 Life Insurance

Peace of mind even in unexpected events

Mortgages and group credit life insurance policies come as a set. In the case of an unexpected event, any remaining debt is repaid, leaving the property as a debt-free asset.

04 Inheritance Tax Benefit

Rental properties can provide advantages

in terms of inheritance tax.

When inheriting assets, cash and stocks are taxed based on the market value at the time; however, in some cases the valuation of apartments can be approximately 1/3 of the price.

05 Tax Reduction Benefit

Any expenses can be declared

as necessary expenses.

For taxation purposes, necessary expenses are allowed in the management of apartment rentals, and in some cases these can allow you to enjoy reductions in income tax and municipal tax.