KDR has invested mainly in real estate-related assets which are designated for residential purposes as their principal use (rental housing, etc.) as we strive to realize "the securing of stable rental revenues and steady growth of our portfolio." Since listing in April 2012, the portfolio has grown to more than 160 billion yen in about 6 years.
However, demand of real estates becomes diversified and investment environment of real estates changes day by day by lifestyle change and progression of aging societies, etc.
At this situation, KDR keenly recognized necessity of its evolution to realize sustained growth and merged with Japan Senior Living Investment Corporation on March 1, 2018 as part of next growth strategy.
By this merger, KDR continues to invest mainly in residential facilities (rental housing, etc.) but added healthcare facilities (homes for the elderly, etc.) and accommodation (hotels, etc.) in KDR’s main target investments and made a new start as a new investment corporation pursuing stable revenue and sustained growth through wide-ranging investment spanning the “spaces where people live and stay”.
After accurately understanding change of social and economic structure, KDR shall "flexibly" pursue investment opportunities and revenue opportunities it discerns to be optimal and "dynamically" invest and manage our portfolio based on swift information gathering and decision making. With this approach, we aim to maximize returns for investors.
KDR respectfully looks forward to your continued support.
Executive Director Keisuke Sato
Executive Director Katsue Okuda