Mr. Charlie Taka, chairman of Global Asia Investment Group, which has more than 20,000 Japanese investors as its clientele and sells annually more than 700 pieces of overseas property to them, has announced the company’s “Little Japan Project."
Headquartered in Macao and expanded its business to Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, Kosovo and China, Global Asia Investment Group sells various kinds of property around the world to Japanese investors. The Chairman of Global Asia Investment Group, Mr. Charlie Taka, has just revealed its Little Japan Project. Little Japan is a small community of Japanese expats living abroad.
With 5 concepts of medical care, domestic service, education, living and entertainment, the Little Japan Project has been expanded into various countries, including Johor Bahru in Malaysia, Ayutthaya in Thailand, Makati and Cebu in the Philippines. Many Japanese hospitals and shop owners also have already decided to participate the project to expand their businesses.
The project has drawn a high degree of attention in those countries, as high-quality Japanese services became available there. Especially in Johor Bahru, Malaysia, local media headlined the project, showing the high level of interest on it.
Global Asia Investment Group sells annually more than 700 pieces of overseas property to Japanese investors, and the number it sells to Japanese people living in Japan is higher than any other companies in the world.
Most of Global Asia Investment Group’s clients belong to Japan’s wealthy class, with average annual income of more than 8 million yen, and many of them are wealthier asset holder with annual income of more than 10 million yen.
In the midst of global financial crisis, Japan is reported to have 1,400 trillion yen of personal financial assets. How to fetch in this “Japan Money”? The Little Japan Project may hold the key.
The Little Japan Project is poised to provide these investors access to world markets in real estate.
Global Asia Investment Group and its Little Japan Project will be major players in the world market for real estate, and both bear careful watching by all active investors.