OSAKA — As Japan’s farming population declines rapidly,
projects to lease abandoned farmland in urban areas are enjoying high
popularity in the western Japan prefecture of Osaka, providing city dwellers
opportunities to enjoy farming experiences while allowing plot owners to have
their property revived.
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Over the last six years, every time a light appeared at the
end of the tunnel, it turned into another train.
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EDMONTON — The deep freeze that has settled into Edmonton
for the past week hasn’t deterred one man from building an epic igloo.
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CREB’s forecast included the towns and cities orbiting
Calgary. Here are the Board’s recaps and expectations for these markets.
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Final building permit figures for 2019 should be considered
on par with the previous two years, local planning officials say, arguing that
a large drop in values doesn’t reflect the actual level of construction
activity in the city.
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Americans are about half as likely to pack up and move today
than they were in the mid-1980s. A
record low 9.8% of the U.S. population moved between 2018 and 2019, compared to
20.2% between 1984 and 1985.
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The average woman in Hampshire cannot afford to live alone,
new analysis shows, with rental prices too high for their wages.
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It’s unlikely that Edinburgh City Council’s communications
department has a hotline to The Economist magazine, but with immaculate timing
the magazine published a stinging critique of the housing market the same day
as the authority released its vision for the Capital’s development in the
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The People’s Republic of Crossgates is not part of
Dunfermline and Drumoig is closer to Dundee than St Andrews, writes Kevan
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Mesa County residential real estate experienced a 9% jump in
median prices in 2019 and continued low housing inventory means prices will
likely climb again in 2020, local experts say.
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