For sale: The ‘ghost houses’ in Japan

Instead of a housing shortage, Japan has too many houses that no one seems to want: derelict, ‘ghost’ homes that over time become firetraps, attract vermin, turn into rubbish dumps and diminish the value of surrounding property. According to the …
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