Japan’s glut of abandoned homes: Hard to sell but bargains when opportunity knocks

The condo was inherited by one of her daughters, but she had no use for the property — it was nearly five decades old and tied to painful memories of her late mother. So it remained abandoned, like millions of other homes in Japan that have been left …
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