REEI

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AcronymDefinition
REEIRégime Enregistré d'Epargne-Invalidité (French: Registered Disability Savings Plan; Canada)
REEIRussian and East European Institute
REEIReal Estate Economic Institute (Japan)
REEIReal Estate Education, Inc. (Beaumont, TX)
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Of the new condos in Tokyo, Chiba, Kanagawa and Saitama prefectures, 83.5 percent found buyers, up 14.2 percentage points from a year earlier and topping 80 percent for the fourth straight month, according to the Real Estate Economic Institute. The average unit price rose 22.4 percent to 50.43 million yen.
TOKYO - The number of condominiums put up for sale in Tokyo and three neighboring prefectures in February jumped 24.9 percent from a year earlier to 3,468 units, the Real Estate Economic Institute said.
Property shares were also hit by data released on Thursday by Japan's Real Estate Economic Institute showing the number of new condominiums put up for sale in the Tokyo area slid 43.6 per cent in November from a year earlier, as rising prices hurt demand.
The year-on-year downward trend persisted as a good number of large properties hit the market the same month the previous year after their sales had been delayed due to the March 11 earthquake-tsunami disaster in 2011, according to the Real Estate Economic Institute.
TOKYO - The number of new condominiums put on sale in large cities in Japan totaled 84,701 units in 2010, up 6.4 percent over the previous year for the first rise in five years due to increases in Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya, the Real Estate Economic Institute said.
The rise was attributable to supply of condos whose sale had been delayed after last March's earthquake and tsunami, according to the Real Estate Economic Institute.
TOKYO - The number of condominiums put on sale in Tokyo and three neighboring prefectures in January plunged to 1,372 units, down 13.5 percent from a year earlier to the lowest level since August 1993, the Real Estate Economic Institute said.
New condo supply decreased 4.8 percent to 19,405 units in Tokyo's 23 wards and 29.6 percent in Chiba Prefecture to 3,458 but increased 23.6 percent to 4,262 in the rest of Tokyo, 12.8 percent to 11,495 in Kanagawa Prefecture and 5.1 percent to 5,874 in Saitama Prefecture, the Real Estate Economic Institute said.
TOKYO - The number of new condominiums to be put up for sale in the Tokyo area in 2011 is likely to jump 16.3 percent over the previous year to 50,000 units, the Real Estate Economic Institute said, predicting an increase of 18.2 percent in the supply of condos in 2010 to 43,000 units.
The increase was the largest since the March earthquake and tsunami in northeastern Japan, indicating that the disaster prompted developers to delayed putting new condos up for sale until November, the Real Estate Economic Institute said.
The Real Estate Economic Institute said the rebound stemmed mainly from sales growth in the nation's three major urban areas centering on Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya against a backdrop of low interest rates.
Mitsui Fudosan rose 35 yen, or 2.9 percent, to 1,265 yen after the Real Estate Economic Institute said new condominium supply in Tokyo and three neighboring prefectures in September increased 16.7 percent from a year earlier to 3,713 units, the first double-digit year-on-year growth in seven months.
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