It is regally possible for foreigners to bid on foreclosed property auctions listed by Japanese court houses. When you bid on Japanese foreclosed properties, at least you need…
- Residence certificate in your country (If you bid as a individual)
- Certified copy of business registration in your country (If you bid as a legal entity)
- A power of attorney (in a case you don’t live in Japan )
- Signature seal (If you don’t have it, we can make it for you)
- Money for bidding.
We can be your attorney when you bid on Japanese foreclosed properties, so you can bid from your country. We act as your attorney when you bid on properties, negotiate with occupants, and other things you need to own properties.
Japanese court houses need actual address to send several documents to you if you are a successful bidder, however they don’t send them overseas. If you don’t live in Japan and hard to receive those documents from court houses, we can be your attorney.
In many cases, you need your signature seal on regal documents in Japan. If you don’t have it, we can make it for you. It is easy and takes a few weeks to make your signature seal. Standard signature seal is commonly priced blew 200 U.S. dollar.
If you are interested in bidding on Japanese foreclosed real estates, please feel free to ask us by phone or e-mail.