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- Mr. Alpha in Yamaguchi who became lessor for the first time by winning the bid for a house at 480,000 yen
- Mr. Imano in Saitama prefecture bought an apartment at 1.5 million yen and sold it three months later at 7 million yen
- Ms. Miyoko Ohno in Tokyo prefecture acquired an apartment building for 10.1 million yen as an investment
- Mr. Fukayama in Hyogo prefecture won the bid for a building at 200 million yen, rented it for a year and then sold it for 298 million yen
- Mr. and Mrs. Komori acquired a house for 3 million yen and moved from Tokyo to Suwa in Nagano after retirement
- The Sudos who won the bid at 5 million yen and live in Kanagawa prefecture
- The Yamanouchis bought 80 million yen luxurious home in Tokyo
- Yuji Fujiyama in Tokyo accumulated 500 million yen worth of assets
- Successful cases of acquiring properties through court auctions
The Yamanouchis bought 80 million yen luxurious home in Tokyo
The mansion in Katsushika ward of Tokyo stands on a corner lot, mildly sloped toward north.
The underground garage faces a street 6 meter wide to the south, with an automatic garage door. The steel gate more than 2 meters tall at the front entrance is also remote controlled, armed with a security camera.
The garden with lawns and flowers seem to be right out of some fashionable magazine. And what seem to be out of movies are inside, a fire place and winding stairs.
Mr. Yamanouchi is a college professor, who needs a large house to which he can invite his students. The mansion is luxurious, built by a CEO of a construction company.
Bidders totaled 41, including corporations. Their winning bid was only 360,000 yen higher than the next.
Mrs. Yamanouchi was very appreciative of the 981.jp and their auction concierge.