著者
鎌野 邦樹
出版者
Japan Association for Real Estate Sciences
雑誌
日本不動産学会誌 (ISSN:09113576)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.16, no.4, pp.103-111, 2003-04-28 (Released:2011-06-15)
参考文献数
9

This paper aims to compare condominium laws in some countries (Germany, France, USA, U.K.) and to make clear what Japanese law learn from these. What to compare are the creation of condominium, the object of condominium (Unit and Common Property), by-laws and rules of scheme, and management.
著者
山村 能郎
出版者
Japan Association for Real Estate Sciences
雑誌
日本不動産学会誌 (ISSN:21859531)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.19, no.4, pp.24-32, 2006

This study discusses the differences between the appraisal price of land and the land price estimated by actual transaction. A hedonic approach is employed for estimating actual price at the appraisal land at Setagaya City in 2002. It is shown that there exists the differences among those prices. However, it is also found that our hedonic model might omit variables which explain land prices, and that the distributions of the attributes of appraisal data might be different from those of transaction data.
著者
吉田 修平
出版者
Japan Association for Real Estate Sciences
雑誌
日本不動産学会誌 (ISSN:21859531)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.16, no.4, pp.112-118, 2003

This paper addresses a proposition on revision of the Fixed-term Building Lease Law and some comments on the papers by Prof. Tamada, Prof. Fujii and Mr. Ozawa carried on the Japanese Journal of Real Estate Sciences No16. Especially, it criticizes the interpretation method on the articles of "Notice of Termination" and the proposition of "Introducing the Rule Preventing from Vacating in Misery" in Prof. Fujii's paper. It also examines that "Reservation System on the Future Contract of Continuous Tenancy" does not cause favorable effects for promoting use of Fixed-term Tenancy
著者
竹本 清志
出版者
Japan Association for Real Estate Sciences
雑誌
日本不動産学会誌 (ISSN:09113576)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.20, no.1, pp.82-87, 2006-06-30 (Released:2011-06-15)
参考文献数
5

日本では, 一部において, アメリカの住宅ローンはノンリコースローンであると言われている。しかしながら, 州によっては物件売却後の不足額の支払いを命ずる判決について制限する州もみられるものの, 一般に住宅ローンの借り手は, 当初の融資の契約書に従い, 借入れ全額について完全な債務を負うものである。
著者
青山 貞一
出版者
Japan Association for Real Estate Sciences
雑誌
日本不動産学会誌 (ISSN:21859531)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.17, no.2, pp.68-73, 2003

Now, in Tokyo, the so-called "2003 problem" has become the big center of attention. It came to the urban redevelopment last in the Yamanote Line inner side which became the forerunner of the "2003 Problem" of the 20th century, and the environmental load by which the major urban redevelopment in the Tokyo newly emerging city center brings Yebisu Garden Place in an area to an example by thispaper, and quantitive consideration was tried in it. For the environmental load which a major urban redevelopment brings about, various things, such as air pollution, noise, vibration, water pollution, greenhouse gas, a wind damage, sunshine prevention and so on can be considered. This paper considered environmental load by making air pollution (nitrogen dioxide, nitrogen oxide) into a representation index. Consequently, it is before and after enforcement of a redevelopment project, and it turns out that automobile traffic increases twice and the environmental load of the air pollution resulting from an automobile exhaust gas increases 1.8 times. Furthermore, it also turns out the influence area of high concentration air pollution, and that it increases centering on a place along the route more sharply than development before.
著者
友村 自生
出版者
Japan Association for Real Estate Sciences
雑誌
日本不動産学会誌 (ISSN:21859531)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.20, no.2, pp.32-46, 2006

1. In debate concerning community development, the essential issues for discussion are: What is a community? What does community development mean? Where are the central city areas? A community is a place where people live and get together, and community development is the creation of such places. The people who live in a community are the key stakeholders. This is because the problem of deteriorating central city areas comes down to the fact that the area's residents are no longer choosing these former central city areas as places to spend money and consume goods. It is therefore essential to incorporate the views of the public in the debate.<BR>2. Locations of "communities" have moved from areas along main roads to those near train stations and then to the suburbs. Technological advancement has produced new means of transportation, caused changes in where people live, and transformed people's perception of convenient and pleasant locations. The deterioration of former central city areas, which is occurring across Japan, is a result of the same mechanism of change. Former central city areas are in decline because ofthe way they are internally structured and because of the lack of adequate overall management. Public opinion must be incorporated in these spheres.<BR>3. The recent revision of related laws is characterized by a shifting of blame and a complete disregard of public opinion, amounting to a detrimental change of historic proportions. The revised laws shift the blame for the lack of consumer traffic in central city areas onto large-scale commercial facilities and sets out measures to restrict competition. This undermines the everyday convenience of local residents and gives no consideration to their wishes.<BR>4. Community development must be undertaken by the municipalities based on their own city planning, incorporating the opinions of residents. Intervention by prefectural, city, and neighboring municipal governments should be kept to a minimum. In community development, it is essential to put in place measures to structurally reform existing central city areas and bring about change in the stakeholders themselves. The key is to promote community regeneration.<BR>5. When advances in industrial technology cause major societal shifts, misjudgments are often made in responding to such shifts because of the extremely strong opposition of those who refuse to accept change. It is essential to embrace change and not reject it. New value can only be created where there is change.<BR>6. Arguments and assertions that seem to be calling outright for regulation of the supply and demand of commercial capacity have been gaining ground. They are being made under the pretext of vague and ambiguous concepts such as "the building of compact cities" and "community development and the regional community." How much longer does the government intend to protect places that local residents do not support? Further debate on this issue is needed.
著者
佐藤 一雄
出版者
Japan Association for Real Estate Sciences
雑誌
日本不動産学会誌 (ISSN:21859531)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.16, no.3, pp.34-41, 2002

The J-REIT market has been growing steadily since its birth in September, 2001, and up-to-date, real estate assets worth approximately 710 billion yen have been incorporated into J-REIT portfolios as a whole.<BR>It is expected that introduction of real estate investment index is on the horizon within a foreseeable future in parallel with acceleration of new IPOs of privately managed J-REITs.<BR>In the long run, real estate value index-linked securities may be designed and in the market.
著者
唐渡 広志
出版者
Japan Association for Real Estate Sciences
雑誌
日本不動産学会誌 (ISSN:09113576)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.24, no.1, pp.23-28, 2010

Unjust development has not necessarily expanded the spatial size of urban economy in competitive market. The land as a factor of production have only selected a land use with the highest productivity. However, when a market failure occurs, the invisible hand, which guides the conversion of land to urban use, pushes too hard in the direction of bigger cities. The methods of settlement to these problems in economics are to use the price mechanism, which is extremely traditional. In this article I discuss the following three questions:(1)Why have economic activity leaded to urban sprawl? (2)Is it judged as excess from what standard it is if it is the one that making excessive suburban sprawl in the present? (3)What market intervention it justify against to excessive suburban sprawl?
著者
小浦 久子
出版者
Japan Association for Real Estate Sciences
雑誌
日本不動産学会誌 (ISSN:21859531)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.18, no.2, pp.12-17, 2004

Townscape is visual cognition of amenity of urban environment. Thus the issue of sustainability intownscape is not only to conserve the historical buildings but also to seek for the way to coexist old andnew buildings in local context of urban environment to conserve its fabric. Both the recent argumentfor destruction of townscape in Kyoto and promotion of building conversion in Osaka are concerned insustainability of local context that are based on the historical, social, and cultural resources with localvalue in the areas. Regulations for the townscape, however, are generally translated as those to controlbuilding within the site, but essentially the context of local environment should be translated to beregulations as local rules or manners because the townscape is collective environment of individualbuildings. Moreover, as the most of the urbanized area in Japan has undergone the continuousrebuilding and development without specific future vision, any system to coordinate rebuilding anddevelopment in the local context should be discussed to manage urban alteration as well as regulations.to Control Physical conditions.