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Incorporated Administrative Agency Japan Housing Finance Agency (JHF)

Establishment April 1, 2007
Mission Japan Housing Finance Agency (JHF) strives to provide smooth and efficient provision of funds necessary for constructing houses and thus contributes to stable living and enhanced social welfare of the Japanese citizens by purchasing mortgages to assist lending of funds necessary for constructing houses provided by private financial institutions and lending funds required for constructing buildings for disaster recovery to supplement lending by private financial institutions.
Capital 701.47542 billion yen (as of the end of the fiscal year 2020; 100% of the capital is provided by the Japanese government.)
Number of directors and employees 895 (as of April 1, 2021)
Businesses Securitization support, housing loan insurance service, loan origination businesses
Offices Head office: 1-4-10 Koraku, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, Japan 112-8570
Branches: 8 branches in major cities nationwide
Size of mortgage portfolio 23.8717 trillion yen (as of March 31, 2020)
(Including: purchased housing loans amounting 17.0594 trillion yen and originated loans amounting 6.7770 trillion yen)

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