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Why Japanese property?
This report provides all the information you could possibly want to buy foreclosed property in Japan.
There is a glut of cheap foreclosed houses for sale in Japan that would meet your standards. Just look of the standard of property offered at www.foreclosured.blogspot.com. You can't even buy condemned houses in other countries for these prices. If you are looking for a residence, holiday or retirement house in Japan, or an investment property, we have a guide to kickstart your search. Try our free guide to using the Bit Sikkou website, which will help you search the Japanese foreclosed property market from the convenience of your home. When you are convinced of the opportunities, we have a 180-page guide to help you through the purchasing process.
In 2009 we released our 2nd edition of Japan Foreclosed Property, which included extra content as well as updates. View the table of contents for this report on our blog advertisement at http://foreclosured.blogspot.com. The report is available for just $US19.95 at this store.
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