MITSUBISHI ESTATE Annual Report 2014
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Thousands of U.S. dollars2014Reportable SegmentsBuilding BusinessResidential BusinessCommercial Property Development and Investment International BusinessInvestment ManagementArchitectural Design and EngineeringHotel BusinessReal Estate ServicesSubtotalOtherTotalEliminations or CorporateConsolidatedAmortization of goodwill$       4,877$  30,373—$  8,741$683 ———$     44,675$3$     44,679—$     44,679Balance of goodwill—$111,461 —$58,237 ————$   169,698$0$   169,698—$   169,698Amortization of negative goodwill—————————————Balance of negative goodwill$1,067,061 ———————$1,067,061 —$1,067,061 —$1,067,061 Millions of yen2013Reportable SegmentsBuilding BusinessResidential BusinessCommercial Property Development and Investment International BusinessInvestment ManagementArchitectural Design and EngineeringHotel BusinessReal Estate ServicesSubtotalOtherTotalEliminations or CorporateConsolidatedAmortization of goodwill¥       388¥  3,126—¥   746¥70———¥    4,331¥0¥    4,331—¥    4,331Balance of goodwill—¥14,597—¥6,530¥70———¥  21,198¥0¥  21,199—¥  21,199Amortization of negative goodwill¥       835———————¥       835—¥       835—¥       835Balance of negative goodwill¥109,342———————¥109,342—¥109,342—¥109,342Products and Service InformationRefer to reportable segment information.Geographic Area InformationGeographic area information has been omitted since revenue from external customers in Japan and property and equipment located in Japan accounted for more than 90% of revenue from operations on the consolidated income statement and property and equipment on the consolidated balance sheet, respectively.Major Customer InformationThe Company does not have any major customers whose share of revenue from operations accounted for more than 10% of revenue from operations shown on the consolidated income statement. Accordingly major customer information has been omitted.19 Rental PropertiesThe Company and some of its consolidated subsidiaries own office buildings for lease, commercial facilities for lease and others in Tokyo and other areas including overseas countries (the United States and the United Kingdom) for the purpose of obtaining revenue from leases.Some office buildings for lease in Japan are regarded as real estate including space used as rental properties since they are used by the Company and some of its consolidated subsidiaries.The changes in the carrying value during the year ended March 31, 2014 and the fair values of these rental properties and real estate including space used as rental properties as of March 31, 2014 are as follows;Millions of yenThousands of U.S. dollars2014Carrying ValueFair ValueCarrying ValueFair ValueAs of April 1, 2013Net ChangeAs of March 31, 2014As of March 31, 2014As of April 1, 2013Net ChangeAs of March 31, 2014As of March 31, 2014Rental properties¥2,965,396¥109,249¥3,074,645¥5,060,986$28,812,631 $1,061,498 $29,874,130 $49,173,980 Real estate including spaces used as rental properties227,564(2,987)224,577334,7002,211,083(29,023)2,182,0603,252,0401.The carrying value represents the acquisition cost less accumulated depreciation and accumulated impairment loss.2.The fair value is based on the following:(1)The fair value of real estate in Japan is calculated by the Company based mainly on the Real Estate Appraisal Standards.(2)The fair value of real estate in overseas countries is appraised principally by local real estate appraisers.ANNUAL REPORT 201473

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