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RE/MAX Interface


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RE/MAX Interface

107-0062 東京都 港区 南青山 2丁目26番32号 セイザン402

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免許番号: 東京都知事(1)第96857号

RE/MAX Interface

We are the first RE/MAX office in Japan.

RE/MAX Properties Interface engages in the real estate business as the RE/MAX Group’s first franchise office in Japan. We focus on real-estate properties in Japan with high added-value and provide brokerage services for overseas investors and foreign residents who are interested in buying, selling and renting these properties.
We believe that the keys for success in investment are to collect and analyze wide range of useful information about the investment, and also to visit the real properties to make confident decisions. In order to fulfill these ideas, we provide easy-to-understand explanations not only of real estate information, but also the economic status, tax system, Japanese statistical data and other knowledge and information required for buying real estate properties through our dedicated website and social networks. Additionally, we arrange and carry out tours for investors to actually visit properties that catch their interest. Our bilingual staff will show them the right property for their needs and other locations that are must-visits in Japan.
Office opening hours:
Monday to Friday – 9:30am to 6:00pm (Japan time)
Saturday and Sunday – By appointment
Email –
Website –
TEL – +81-3-6804-3455

    All of our staff is bilingual or trilingual. We can support you in accessing to Japanese real estate in English. We also support English, Chinese, Japanese and other languages.
    We deliver data, analysis of market trends, and business insights on real estate market in Japan, all based on our top-class research capabilities.
    As a licensed travel agent, we arrange extensive, focused tours to investment destinations throughout Japan.
    We have internal CPAs and a worldwide network of lawyers, accountants and other specialists to support your real estate transactions in Japan.