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Role of Secondhand Condominiums in Creating a Walkable City: Case Study in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area in the 2000s
Japanese Journal of Human Geography
With the overall population on the brink of decline, Japan is faced with a full-scale depopulating society. Understanding the relationship between an aging society with a decreasing population and housing supply and demand is an important focus of urban studies research. In this study, we analyze residential relocation through the purchase of secondhand condominiums in the Tokyo metropolitan area in the 2000s based on a questionnaire survey. Secondhand condominiums in Japan are empty and unsolddoi:10.4200/jjhg.70.04_477 fatcat:44jstcjpenbipczavve2fllw7q