Real Estate New Norm: Adapt and Strive with Jo Lodder at SnowDog

Real Estate New Norm: Adapt and Strive with Jo Lodder at SnowDog

We had the pleasure to interview Jo Lodder, a founding partner of JNW Properties, SnowDog Village, SnowDog Chalets & Raku Ichi Residences. Today, we interview Jo Loddar on his experience of dealing with Covid, and how he carried the project through this difficult time. SnowDog Village is a completed property of 42 apartments that have had sustained buyer interest for a number of years. Jo also presides over 2 other projects in the planning and development stage such as the ski resort of Niseko, Japan. He and the company strive to give individuals the opportunity to purchase value-for-money ski properties. 

In this episode, Jo talks about managing hospitality type properties, establishing an online presence, and tips for the real estate industry to persist in this new Covid norm. Hope you enjoy the show!

Key Discussions

  • managing hospitality type properties
  • establishing an online presence
  • tips for the real estate industry to persist in this new Covid norm

This episode is quite insightful. Unlike other Denzity Insights videos, this episode focused more on how real estate professionals adapt and continue doing business during the pandemic. We feel it is important to showcase the efforts Jo and his company had made to build an online presence, think outside the box and try new things – and inspiration for the industry as a whole to reconsider its reservations on digitization and digital marketing. In the next episode, we will go more in-depth on the projects Jo gets to deal with. 

▶ About the guest:

Jo Lodder is the founder of Partner sales & marketing of JNW Properties, SnowDog Village, SnowDog Chalets & Raku Ichi Residences. SnowDog Village is a completed property of 42 apartments that have had sustained buyer interest for a number of years. Jo also presides over 2 other projects in the planning and development stage such as the ski resort of Niseko, Japan. He and the company strive to give individuals the opportunity to purchase value-for-money ski properties. Through their resort experience, they have set up a unique management team to help ensure this goal.

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Hospitality property type  In Hospitality, property usually means commercial premises – hotel buildings, basically: the hotels, motels, lodges, cabins, chalets, luxury apartments and other types of buildings around the world where individuals, couples, families and/or groups pay to stay, eat, have fun, relax, and to take advantage of all the offered in-house services available. https://www.xotels.com/en/glossary/property/#:~:text=In%20Hospitality%2C%20property%20usually%20means,take%20advantage%20of%20all%20the 

Vacation Niseko Located in Hokkaido, Japan’s northernmost island, Niseko is renowned as one of the largest, most consistent powder resorts in Japan if not the world. Vacation Niseko offers a wide range of holiday accommodation with immediate access to the resort. Whether you’re simply travelling through or looking for a long stay, we’re here to help. We can create comprehensive ski packages including lift passes, ski and snowboard lessons, equipment rental, transfers and much more. https://vacationniseko.com/en 

Milk Kobo Hokkaido is famous for its fresh produce, laid back farm life, and dairy farms – and Niseko is no different. Almost everything at Milk Kobo is made in-house with milk produced from their very own dairy farm. The store backs right onto the very farm where the milk used in all Milk Kobo desserts is produced. It can be a little hard to see the farm itself (due to the meters of snow that piles up across the fields), but if you’re driving along the road, you can occasionally spot the “Happy Holsteins” (cows) as they nibble away in the comfort of their very own heated farmhouse. http://www.skijapan.com/news-info/discover-milk-kobo 

Raku Ichi Residences For the discerning investor, Japanophile, skier, nature-lover, Raku Ichi Residences promises a Niseko home with a thoughtful, sincere connection to the landscape and people. A home built to standards of which even a master of his craft can approve. https://www.rakuichiniseko.com/#:~:text=For%20the%20discerning%20investor%2C%20Japanophile,of%20hi s%20craft%20can%20approve.

Ainu Ainu, indigenous people of Hokkaido, Sakhalin, and the Kuril Islands who were culturally and physically distinct from their Japanese neighbours until the second part of the 20th century. The Ainu may be descendants of an indigenous population once widely spread over northern Asia; many contemporary Ainu claims some connection to Japan’s prehistoric Jōmon culture. https://www.britannica.com/topic/Ainu 

Nicolas Pulinx Nicolas is an entrepreneur at heart and has built a successful career in financial services. Now dedicates a lot of time to the development of the JNW Properties and other fantastic projects inspired by oriental culture. Nicolas has plenty of sensational ventures in the pipeline. https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicolas-pulinx-aa9615/ 

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