“The only thing more important than money is being able to buy your house”

“The rent in Japan is pretty cheap, but it is also extremely high,” said Michael Zawinski, a real estate broker in Tokyo.

“It can be a real barrier to buying a house.”

Zawinsky’s firm has sold about 200 apartments for $2.8 million to buyers in the past year.

“Most of the people who are interested in renting are looking for a house that’s a bit more affordable than the average Japanese home,” he said.

“But the price is still extremely high, especially in Tokyo.”

Most of the properties sold in Tokyo have been bought by foreigners who are not Japanese.

And most of the sellers are not native Japanese, according to Zawinks, who said he doesn’t have an issue with that.

“The Japanese are extremely picky about whether or not they want to live in their country, so they don’t want to spend a lot of money on a new house,” he added.

Zawinskis company specializes in selling condos in Tokyo and other major Japanese cities, and he said it’s easy to find listings in the capital.

The average price for a condo in Tokyo is around $1.2 million.

The typical price for one-bedroom units in Tokyo ranges from about $1 million to more than $2 million, he said, although many of those homes have been sold for a lot more than that.

In most of Japan, there is no rental vacancy rate.

In addition to the cost of living in Tokyo, many of the new apartments that have been purchased by foreigners are located in high-rise buildings.

In Tokyo’s Ginza neighborhood, for instance, most of Tokyo’s new apartments are in the same type of high-rises that have made many of Tokyo residents rich, including a shopping mall, a hotel and an amusement park.

In the past few years, Zawansky has also sold apartments in Osaka and Kyoto, the second- and third-most expensive cities in Japan, and the largest city in northern Japan.

But his sales have been slow.

“I’m not sure how much of a difference [foreign buyers] have made in our market, but I’m not saying that they’re not a factor,” he explained.

“What we’ve found is that most people are just looking for affordable homes.”

Zawainski said the most popular foreign buyers he sees in Japan are first-time buyers who are looking to buy a new home.

He said his firm’s goal is to help them achieve that goal.

Zawainskis sales are the biggest of his career.

He has also helped a few other foreign buyers, including an American man who bought his first home for $1,500 in Tokyo in 2008.

“His parents moved from Japan when he was a kid,” Zawanski said.

The buyer’s parents bought the home in 2010.

The family now lives in Japan and has a son, who is a second-generation Japanese-American.

“He loves Japan, he loves Japan because he grew up there and he’s really happy there,” Zawaansky said.

For foreign buyers who want to sell their existing home, the first step is to find a buyer.

Zawsinski said most of his sales take place in the suburbs.

But he said he has also opened a limited number of sales offices in central Tokyo.

He’s open from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., and he says the salespeople are more knowledgeable about the market.

“If I’m going to sell a house, I need to be able to sell it in a reasonable time,” Zawsansky said, adding that he usually has to wait between three and six months to open a sales office.

He also says his office doesn’t sell homes on the street.

“There are only two types of people who can buy a house in Japan,” Zwinski said.

Those are the ones who are from Japan, or the ones whose family has been there for generations.

“You can buy someone with the family, you can buy them with the parents, you have to be willing to live with them, and they have to buy the house for you,” Zwainski said, referring to the buyers’ families.

Zwinskis office is located in a building called a “downtown office,” which is a building that houses all the offices for a large corporation or business.

The offices are connected by a series of large staircases.

Zwainskis said the office is one of his biggest draws to his Tokyo clients.

“They’re very excited about the office,” he told The Washington Post.

“My clients usually come in at 8 a.p.m.,” he said adding that his clients often ask him what kind of coffee they will be getting in the morning. “At 8 a