A vacant building in front of the station has been publicly announced by the court as real estate for auction. Since the owner of the property was in bankruptcy proceedings, information about the property had been circulating as a real estate for sale via lawyers even before it was publicly announced by the court. The asking price of the property through the lawyer was quite reasonable. However, because the building was damaged so seriously both inside and out that it was expected to cost a considerable amount of money for repairs after purchase, the purchase agreement was not concluded.
As a result, the property was publicly announced as an auction property, but no one bid on it the first time.
At the second bidding a few months later, the minimum price to bid was much lower, but not many people bid.
As a result, the winning bidder was able to get a lower price than the original asking price for the sale through the lawyer.
The successful bidder was then able to earn a large amount of rental income every month, as the property was rented to several major companies after extensive renovations.