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Foreign buyers shun pricey Japan property market

TOKYO -- Many overseas investors have slammed the brakes on property purchases in Japan as real estate prices rise.

Between January and September this year, foreign investors sold 595 billion yen ($5.72 billion) more in Japanese properties than they bought, according to the Urban Research Institute of Mizuho Financial Group, which compiled data from real estate companies and institutional investors.

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