|Price||$146,000 ( $1 = 100 yen)|
|Address||１ chome Shinkawa Chuo-ward Tokyo prefecture|
|Year of Built||2000|
|Structure||Steel frame steel reinforced concrete|
|Maintenance Fee||$ 80|
|Gross Yield on Investment||7.6%|
|Occupancy Or Vacancy||occupancy|
💡 Stamp Duty (= 印紙税＝いんしぜい=Inshi zei)
When you purchase real estate in Japan, realtor will make real estate sales contract.
They will make 2 sheets of contract. Buyer and seller sign their address, name and affix seal.
On this contract, buyer and seller attach, paste revenue stamp ( 収入印紙= Shuu nyuu Inshi ).
Buyer and seller or realtor go to post office to buy revenue stamp and after they receive stamp, they paste the stamp on the contract and affix seal on the revenue stamp, called Keshi in ( 消印 ).
Please find picture below.
The amount of stamp duty is different from sales price.
( there is tax reduction until 2018. These figures reflect this tax reduction.)
|Described sales amount||Tax amount|
|From $10,001 to $50000||$10|
|From $50001 to $100,000||$50|
|From $100,001 to $500,000||$100|
|From $500,001 to $1,000,000||$300|
So, as for this real estate, sales price is $146,000, buyer and seller have to buy revenue stamp of $100.
This duty does not affect validity of sales contract itself.
But, if persons do not attach revenue stamp, and if tax office notices the negligence, persons have to pay 3 times amount as penalty. In this case, it is $300.
And when persons attached revenue stamp but did not affix seal and signature on the stamp, persons have to pay same amount to stipulated as penalty. In this case, it is $100.
Revenue stamp is also required as for receipt.
When buyer pays purchase money to seller and seller receives it, seller will issue receipt ( Ryo shu sho = 領収書 ) to buyer.
And when the seller engages in the transaction as business, seller has to paste revenue stamp on receipt.
So, when the seller is company or entrepreneur, she has to paste revenue stamp on receipt.
The amount of revenue stamp is different from sales price.
|When the sales price is less than 50,000 yen||tax exemption|
|from 50,000 yen||less than 1 million yen||200 yen|
|more than 1 million yen||less than 2 million yen||400 yen|
|more than 2 million yen||less than 3 million yen||600 yen|
|more than 3 million yen||less than 5 million yen||1,000 yen|
|more than 5 million yen||less than 10 million yen||2,000 yen|
|more than 10 million yen, less than 20 million yen||4,000 yen|
|more than 20 million yen, less than 30 million yen||6,000 yen|
|more than 30 million yen, less than 50 million yen||10,000 yen|
|more than 50 million yen, less than 100 million yen||20,000 yen|