Functional obsolescence is the reduction of an object’s usefulness or desirability because of an outdated design feature that cannot be easily changed. The application of the term varies based on industry. For example, in real estate, it refers to the loss of property value due to an obsolete feature, such as an old house with one bathroom in a neighborhood filled with new homes that have at least three bathrooms.
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