The Japan Real Estate Institute publishes a quarterly Urban Land Price Index.
What does JREI stand for?
JREI stands for Japan Real Estate Institute
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- JR East Design Corporation (Japan)
- Jharkhand Renewable Energy Development Agency Ltd. (India)
- Jordan Royal Ecological Diving Society
- James Randi Educational Foundation
- James Randi Educational Fund (paranormal resource)
- Japan Reference (travel guide)
- Japan Renewable Energy Foundation
- Jim Rouse Entrepreneurial Fund (Maryland)
- Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics
- Jericho Road Episcopal Housing Initiative (New Orleans, LA)
- Joint Research Equipment Initiatives (UK)
- Journal of Real Estate Literature
- Journal of Research for Educational Leaders (University of Iowa)
- JR (Japan Railways) East Mechatronics
- Journal of Renal Nutrition
- Journal of Real Estate Practice and Education
- Journal of Real Estate Portfolio Management
- Journal of Real Estate Research
- Japan Real Estate Research Institute (industry surveyor)
- Jeremy Ranch Elementary School (Park City, UT)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Japan Real Estate Institute (JREI) statistics indeed show drat while average prices for commercial, residential, and industrial use land nationwide have fallen consistently by mid-single digit rates annually from 1991 through 2007, the same figures for Japan's six largest cities (Tokyo, Yokohama, Nagoya, Kyoto, Osaka and Kobe) show a definitive turnaround from 2006.
While in the area, Endsley met with Betty Mahaphon, MAI, currently the Appraisal Institute's only member in Thailand, and also stopped in Tokyo to meet with the Japan Real Estate Institute and members Masako Arakawa, MAI, and Yoshio Nakayama, MAI, CCIM.
According to the Urban Land Price Index of the Japan Real Estate Institute (JREI),(1) land prices in the Tokyo metropolitan area have been declining since 1991.
According to the Japan Real Estate Institute, of the 1.