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3298 Invesco Office J-REIT, Inc.

Outline of Acquired PropertiesAs of May 31, 2021
Acquisition Price of Portfolio 226 billion JPY Number of Properties 18
Investment Ratio of Top Five Properties (Acquisition Price)
Rank Name of Property Acquisition Price (billions of JPY) Ratio of Investment Type of Use
1 Nishi-Shinjuku Prime Square 34.84 15.42% Office
2 Shinagawa Seaside East Tower 25.07 11.10% Office
3 EBISU PRIME SQUARE 25.02 11.07% Office
4 QUEENS SQUARE YOKOHAMA 16.03 7.10% Office
5 Kinshicho Prime Tower 15.14 6.71% Office
Composition of Acquired PropertiesAs of May 31, 2021
Acquisition Price Ratio by Type of Use Acquisition Price Ratio by Region
Acquisition Price by Type of Use at the Most Recent Period-End Acquisition Price by Region at the Most Recent Period-End
Ratio of Appraisal Gains or Losses (%)As of Oct. 31, 2020
NOI Yield(%)As of Oct. 31, 2020
Age of Properties (years)As of Oct. 31, 2020
Target Portfolio
*Asset class of investments: Office building focused
*Target ratio of asset class:
 -Large-scale office buildings

*Investment regions: Major cities across Japan
 -Tokyo metropolitan area
  Tokyo 23 wards, Tokyo metropolitan area (Tokyo other than the 23 wards and Yokohama, Kawasaki, Saitama and Chiba cities)
  70% or more
 -Other major metropolitan areas (Osaka, Nagoya, and Fukuoka cities)
  30% or less

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