Itanji Co., Ltd. About 90% of people are “aware of crime prevention” when looking for a room, and one in t hree people experience “scary feelings while returning home”

Itanji Co., Ltd.
About 90% of people are “conscious of crime prevention” when looking for a room, and 1 in 3 people experience “scary feeling while returning home”
Crime prevention awareness survey (OHEYAGO survey)

ITANGI Co., Ltd., which makes real estate rental transactions smooth with technology, is an online real estate type rental service “OHEYAGO” (Oheyago), where you can search for rooms, reserve viewings, apply for occupancy, and sign contracts on your smartphone.
https://oheyago.jp/), we will announce the results of an awareness survey on “crime prevention” conducted for 457 followers of the Twitter account.
[Survey result summary]
About 90% of the respondents answered that they are conscious of crime prevention when looking for a room.
When looking for a room, 53% of respondents said that they had an intercom with a TV monitor that they were aware of from the
perspective of crime prevention.
32.1% of the respondents answered that they had a scary feeling on the way home, and one in three people answered.
52.7% of the respondents who felt scared on their way home answered that they “made it possible for pedestrians to pass through when there are many pedestrians.”
7.4% of people have had a burglary or robbery in the past, and 26.3% have had relatives or friends around them have had a burglary or robbery.
As for the percentage of people who “moved” as a crime prevention measure, 6.5% felt scared on the way home, and only 12% had burglaries or robberies in the past.
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1. Crime prevention awareness when looking for a room
When asked if they were conscious of crime prevention when looking for a room, 34.1% said they were “strongly conscious”, 53.5% were “somewhat conscious”, 9.8% were “not very conscious”, and 2.6% were “not conscious”. , About 90% of the total was the result that they are conscious of crime prevention measures. (Figure A)
2. Security measures to be aware of when looking for a room
When asked about things to be aware of from the perspective of crime prevention when looking for a room, 53% of respondents answered that there is an intercom with a TV monitor, followed by 52.7% that there is an auto-lock at the entrance, followed by 52.7% who answered that they had a security check. 44% answered that there is a camera, 41.4% answered that the front door has two locks, and 40.9% answered that the road from the station is bright and safe.
The results show that the presence of crime prevention equipment in the residence itself is more important than the surrounding
environment of the residence.
“There is an intercom with a TV monitor” 53%
“There is an auto-lock at the collective entrance” 52.7%
“There are security cameras” 44%
“Entrance door is two-lock” 41.4%
“Brightness and safety of the road from the station” 40.9%
3. About experiences that lead to stronger crime prevention measures When asked if they ever felt scared (in terms of crime prevention) on their way home, 32.1% answered “yes” and 67.2% answered “no,” indicating that one out of three respondents felt scared. It turned out that there is. (Figure B)
When looking for a room, it seems that it is important to focus not only on security equipment, but also on the surrounding environment of the residence, such as the “brightness and safety of the road from the station”.
In addition, when asked about the security measures that were taken afterward to those who had been scared (in terms of crime prevention) on their way home, 52.7% of the respondents said, “I made it possible for pedestrians to pass through at times when there are many pedestrians,” followed by ” 51.5% answered that they changed the way home, 29.6% answered that they brought security goods, 25.4% answered that they tried to call (or pretend to call) someone while walking, and 25.4% answered that they always walked with a companion. ” was 13%.
52.7%
“I changed my way home” 51.5%
29.6% “I started to carry security goods”
“I tried to call (or pretend to call) someone while walking” 25.4% 13% “I made sure to walk with a companion”
Next, when asked if they had been burglarized or robbed in the past, 7.4% said “yes” and 92.6% said “no”. In addition, when asked if their relatives or friends have ever been burglarized or robbed, 26.3% answered “yes” and 73.7% answered “no”.
When we asked people who had been burglarized or robbed by themselves or their relatives or friends in the past about the crime prevention measures they actually took, they answered, 32.2% said they installed a sensor, 29.2% said they changed their locks to two locks, 20.6% said they installed security cameras, 13.3% said they installed security films on their windows, and 13.3% said they moved ” was 12%. 32.2% “I have a motion sensor”
29.2% “I changed the key to a two-lock”
“Installed security cameras” 20.6%
13.3% “I put security film on the window glass”
“Moved” 12%
Approximately 90% of the respondents answered that they were conscious of crime prevention when looking for a room, while those who felt scared on the way home, and those who had experience of burglary or burglary said that they “moved” as a crime prevention measure after that. 6.5% said they felt frightened on their way home, and 12% said they had been burglarized or robbed in the past. have become. Through the online real estate rental service “OHEYAGO”, Itanji will provide more people with safe, secure and smooth room search. [Image 2d14691-204-8035dc90d3c45290c196-1.png&s3=14691-204-5c719f538c7dcdef41ac174fc2d9a332-825x1080.png
◆ What is “OHEYAGO”? (https://oheyago.jp/)
“OHEYAGO” is an online real estate rental service characterized by 1. No need to visit the store, 2. No decoy property (*1), 3. Reasonable service (*2), etc. By making an advance reservation from at least 30 minutes in advance, you can easily view the desired property at your own pace. In addition, in line with the revised Building Lots and Buildings Transaction Business Act (*3) that came into effect on May 18, 2010, we have completely digitized everything from room searches to application and contracts, promoting the transformation of rental transactions in response to new lifestyles. I’m here.
・ OHEYAGO video that can be understood in 40 seconds
(https://youtu.be/IeolLfS11Yc)
・ “OHEYAGO” Twitter account (https://twitter.com/OHEYAGO)
・ Life culture magazine “OHEYAGO Journey” that looks at people and lives (https://journey.oheyago.jp/)
・”OHEYAGO” iOS version app download link
(https://apps.apple.com/jp/app/id1561076788)
(*1) Decoy properties refer to advertisements such as “property that does not exist” or “property that exists but is not subject to trading or has no intention of trading.” In a typical real estate leasing transaction system, the brokerage company manually posts the property advertisement on the rental site while checking the property information updated by the management company. The current situation is that things such as forgetting to turn off closed properties and leaving closed properties posted as advertisements to attract customers. Please note that some properties posted on OHEYAGO may have closed due to the time lag until the information is updated. (*2) We are striving to return services to customers by streamlining operations related to operation with technology and reducing costs. The brokerage fee starts from 0 yen, and you can go directly to the room without a staff member to view the interior or view the interior online via video call.
(*3) Source: Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism “Cabinet Order for Partial Revision of the Enforcement Order of the Building Lots and Buildings Transaction Business Act and the Enforcement Order of the Act on Ensuring Stability of Residence for the Elderly” etc.
https://www.mlit.go.jp/report/press/tochi_fudousan_kensetsugyo16_hh_000001_00035.html ◆ Survey overview
Survey period: November 7, 2022 (Monday) to November 18, 2022 (Friday) Survey period: In-house survey
Number of valid responses: 457
Survey target: Followers of the OHEYAGO Twitter account
Survey method: Internet survey (Q1, Q3: single answer, Q2, Q3: multiple answer) ◆ Overview of Itanji
Itanji Co., Ltd. is a real estate tech company that provides services to solve problems in the real estate rental industry with the mission of “smoothing real estate transactions with technology”.
Our main business, SaaS services for rental management companies and brokerage companies, grew rapidly with ARR +70% (*1) compared to the previous year. The number of electronic occupancy applications through this service is about 630,000 per year (No. 1 in the number of occupancy application services used for two consecutive years) We are promoting DX in the rental real estate industry, such as achieving a reduction of about 5 million sheets of paper annually by going paperless for moving-in application-related documents. (*2) (*1) ARR: Annual Recurring Revenue. Calculated by multiplying month-end MRR at the end of each quarter by 12. MRR includes monthly usage fees, pay-as-you-go charges, and income from ancillary businesses. Compare ITANDI BB+ ARR as of October 2021 and October 2022 (*2) Target period: April 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022. No. 1 research contractor: TPC Marketing Research Co., Ltd. (Location: Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture, President: Ryoma Matsumoto)
Company name: Itanji Co., Ltd.
Representative: Shinpei Noguchi, Representative Director, President and CEO URL: https://www.itandi.co.jp/
Headquarters: Sumitomo Realty & Development Roppongi Grand Tower 40F, 3-2-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Established: June 2012
Capital: 36 million yen
Business description:
・Development and operation of “ITANDI BB”, a website for real-time real estate agents
・Development and operation of “ITANDI BB +”, a group of DX services for real estate rental business
・Development and operation of online real estate rental service “OHEYAGO” Details about this release:
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