Introducing New World La Plume Niseko Resort, 12,000 Million Baht Resort An Opportunity for Thais to Own a Freehold Income-Generating Property in the Fastest-Growing property Market in Japan, Taking Advantage of The Weakest Yen for 30-Years
Richmont’s Christie’s International Real Estate, a renowned marketing and real estate consultant, introduces a luxurious, five-star resort New World La Plume Niseko Resort, situated in Niseko, Hokkaido, Japan, one of the world’s Top ski resort towns, to Thai investors who are looking for an opportunity to invest in real estate in Japan. With the certainty that the number of tourists will increase post-COVID, New World La Plume Niseko Resort provides a guaranteed Return on Investment (ROI) of 5% annually for the first three years. The resort will be managed by New World Hotels & Resorts, a Division of the Rosewood Hotel Group.
Mr. Tim Skevington, Managing Director of of Richmont’s Christie’s International Real Estate Company Limited, the world’s leading luxury marketing and residential real estate consultant, reveals that thanks to the company’s experience in consultancy and real estate sales management specialized in hi-end markets around the world, the company has been appointed as Thailand’s official sole agent by the New World La Plume Niseko Resort project, a luxurious, five-star resort, with the value of 12,000 million baht, situated in Niseko, Hokkaido, Japan.
Apart from the prime location in Niseko and the stylish design from leading design companies, another attractive factor for New World La Plume Niseko Resort is the weak yen compared to the Thai baht, which is now at its lowest in 30 years against the US$. This makes it a fine opportunity for Thai investors who are looking to buy or invest in real estate in Japan, as they will have more purchasing power, with properties at reasonable prices. Japan still remains a stable, secure country with steady economic growth, resulting in a stable ROI, making it an ideal country for investment risk diversification. Furthermore, Japan has many convenient means of transportation, and it is a short travel from Thailand.
“Now that Japan has opened its borders post-COVID, we believe that tourists will quickly return to Japan in numbers as they did pre-COVID, and the number of Thai holidaymakers in particular will steadily increase. Japan has beautiful scenery and a popular culture, and is regarded as a favorite country to visit by Thais and tourists from all over the world. Now that the yen has weakened, we believe that more foreigners, including Thais, will invest in Japanese real estate too” said Mr. Skevington.