City Gaia Asset is a Tokyo based real estate agency and advisory firm specializing in facilitating real estate acquisitions, arranging financing for real estate acquisitions, development and recapitalizations for Japanese real estate. Our market is non-Japanese institutional and high net worth individualinvestors.
Our mission is to be our clients' most trusted and effective advisor for Japanese real estate transactions. Our clients include some of the most active developers/investors and financial institutions in the international arenas.
>Instead of "lost in translation" unclarity like most Japanese real estate agencies, we clarify so buyers know what they’re looking at and how to accomplish their goals
>Instead of hurling multiple properties at buyers, we aim to understanding buyers’ SPECIFIC NEEDS and only provide properties that fit these needs
>Instead of giving buyers printouts of stale properties, we confidentially introduce to buyers special properties that aren’t on the market
>Instead of failing to provide important information, we dig deep behind the scenes to get buyers the confidential information that matters
>Instead of wasting time, we get to the point and make it happen
>Instead of acting hastily, we advise buyers about acting when and how to act
>Instead of being flaky, we are reliable
>Instead of acting in our self interest, we act in the buyers interest
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Non-Japanese (North and Latin America, Asia, Europe) commercial, office and residential institutional and high net worth individual real estate investors & developers looking for properties, property advisory services and/or property financing.
We need a name style and logo to become the focal points of our company identity (business cards, stationary, website and collateral materials).
See attached examples
Creatively different in a typically mundane industry (e.g. "i never thought of that") will tell people we
are doing business in a new way
Too boring or robotic
Too different or playful e.g. "mother earth" illustrations
Too "the same old thing"