Title Study on the Regional Characteristics and Concentration Factors of Vacant Houses Distribution
Authors 이소영(Lee, So-Yeong) ; 주희선(Joo, Hee-Sun)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2020.36.8.91
Page pp.91-100
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords vacant houses; density factors; declining area; Jinju old downtown; Spatial autocorrelation; Relogit
Abstract In Korea, vacant houses are occurring in old and poor residential areas, and problems are observed in rural areas, local and medium-sized cities, and parts of large cities. The purpose of this study is to analyze the factors concentrated in terms of the structural and physical environment of Jin-ju Old Town and to reveal the differences in characteristics that make vacant houses concentrated locally. As a result of analysis through the Relogit model, the factors influencing the concentration of vacant houses in Cheonjeon-dong are retrofit defect, small size parcel, year of building, structure of building, and occurrence timing. In Seongbuk-dong, factors such as negative type field, retrofit defect, year of building, occurrence timing, and ratio of the elderly population influenced the vacant houses concentration. Among them, the probability of concentration increases by 2.9 times in the case of retrofit defect, and the probability of concentration increases by 2.3 times in the case of vacant houses built before 1970. In addition, the occurrecne timing of vacant houses in Seongbuk-dong has a significant influence on the concentration of vacant houses, but it is ½ times lower than that of Cheonjeon-dong.