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Countrysensation Home Free brings Nashville a new level of Nashville style to popular songs. The group ?The comes to the city after their latest record TIMELESS and brings new songs and humour every notch. Home-Free has become a term that attracts more than 250 million YouTube viewers and entertains more than 350,000 folks who have been in concerts since it burst on the nation's stage in 2013.
The 5-piece group has become famous for their breathtaking appearances, which combine their distinctive, instrumental, ubiquitous style with their quick-witted comedy. TIMELESS, their forth recording session, was published by Columbia Records on September 23, 2017 and made their Billboard Country Chart début in second place. Marked this publication the forth Top 5 Billboard successive début for their record.
Vacant homes given away and sold cheaply
There is a rising number of empty housing in Japan - a situation that will continue due to the ageing and declining populations that have kept many cities and small settlements empty. An Akiya is the word in Japan for empty flats. Most of these locations are established by community and government authorities to better control supplies and demands for the expanding inventory of empty housing in their cities.
A website offers several houses free of charge, with the purchaser paying only duties and charges such as brokerage commission. "This is usually because the owner can no longer take good care off the house or does not want to owe the Japanese land duty for a house they do not use," the REthink Tokyo housing site said in an October paper.
As a rule, the open-air buildings also have to be extensively renovated as they are old and dilapidated. However, some locals - such as the Tochigi and Nagano precincts - are offering grants for the restoration of empty cottages. Throughout Japan, the number of empty apartments in 2013 was 8.196 million, which is about 13.52 per cent of the country's entire residential portfolio, according to the latest figures from the Ministry of the Interior and Communications.
In 2013 the numbers were higher than 2008?s 7.568 million empty buildings, which according to the statistics represented about 13.14 per cent of all Japanese households this year. According to the Fujitsu Research Institute, the share of empty apartments in Japan is likely to rise to over 20 per cent by 2033. Japan's empty housing is largely focused on country areas, but the phenomena has been seen in suburban areas and major urban areas, with various press coverage such as the Japan Times.
The share of empty apartments in Tokyo in 2013 was 11.1 per cent - one of the lowes in the state according to officials. However, this figure is likely to increase by more than 20 per cent by 2033, said the Fujitsu Research Institute. "Even if the number of new dwellings is halved and the number of demolished dwellings doubled, it will hardly be possible to lower vacancy levels.
There is no doubt that empty quarters will become a more serious topic in the future," the institution said in a recent one.