Popular myths about Japanese real estate

There is a lot of incorrect and misleading English information about the Japanese real estate market. The quotes below from a since-removed article from PropGoLuxury.com (circa 2010) are typical examples of the type of misinformation:

"A recent study by The Economist Group reports that on average Japanese houses last for only 30 years."


The 30-...

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