The social and economic environment in which the real estate industry operates is changing significantly as we face the prospect of a falling population, lower birth rate, and aging society.
For example, not only are consumer values diversifying, but existing real estate stock is aging and abandoned houses are increasing, while ties in local communities are weakening.
In this environment, the Daikyo Group has made steady progress in the first two years of its five-year medium-term management plan, “Make NEW VALUE 2021—New Value Creation through Real Estate Solutions,” which began in the fiscal year ended March 31, 2017, and is heading into its third year, the plan’s midpoint.
In June 2018, the Daikyo Group changed its management system with the aim of strengthening governance to ensure that this medium-term management plan is achieved and strive for further growth.
Under this new management system, we will continue to support customers throughout the course of their lives via our integrated Group structure. We will also use real estate solutions to solve social problems in order to realize a stock-oriented society that emphasizes longer-lasting housing and minimal environmental impacts. Our goal is to become a corporate group that contributes to improved living environments and socioeconomic advancements.