Portfolio List

Summary by Investment Area

As of June 29, 2020

Area Area Ⅰ Area Ⅱ Area Ⅲ Area Ⅳ
Total acquisition
price
140.6 billion yen 17.2 billion yen 91.6 billion yen 23.8 billion yen
Number of
properties
12 5 10 8

As of June 29, 2020

Number
Type
Name
Location
Leasable
Floor
Spaces
(㎡)(Note 1)
Year
Built
(Note 2)
Acquisition
Price
(millions of yen)
(Note 3)
Investment
Ratio
(%)
(Note 4)
PML
(Note 5)
       
Total 333,276.57 - 273,345 100.0 -
  • Total leasable floor space represents the portion acquired by JEI and available for lease. The figures are rounded to the second decimal place. For jointly owned properties, only the portion of leasable floor space owned by JEI is included in the data presented above. Figures for Osaka Kogin Building (land with leasehold interest) are site area.
  • “Year Built” is as of the time of initial construction described in the register.
  • Figures for "Acquisition Price" are sales prices recorded in sales agreements (excluding taxes). Amounts of less than one million yen are rounded down.
  • “Investment Ratio” shows a ratio of the acquisition price for each property to total acquisition price, and is rounded to the first decimal place.
  • Figures for "PML" are based on the PML description in the building examination report including the PML calculation report. The relevant description is no more than the opinion of the reporting party and Japan Excellent, Inc. does not guarantee the accuracy of the content.
    PML shows how much damage will be suffered by an earthquake that causes loss of 10% exceedance probability during the assumed planned use period (50 years = general building's useful life). It is indicated as a ratio (%) to the replacement cost of the probable loss equivalent to 90% non-excess probability.
    However, the probable loss is only for direct loss of buildings (structure, finishing, and building equipment) due to seismic motion, and damage caused by equipment, furniture, and fixtures, etc., loss due to water or fire after the earthquake, secondary damage such as compensation loss, operating loss due to business interruption is not included. Total is the figure of PML for the entire portfolio.