Monday, Jul 13, 2015

Interesting article

Japan Times: Residences left empty posing problems across the nation

As government-backed low-interest housing loans and tax benefits on those loans triggered a massive supply of new dwellings, quantity took precedence over quality. Houses were built to last just 25 to 30 years, well short of the global standard.

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