Definition of homeowner
: a person who owns a home Most homeowners take a pretty relaxed approach to the back of the house, even if they spend more time there than they do out front. — Deborah Baldwin homeowners insurance
homeownershipplay \ˈhōm-ˌō-nər-ˌship\ or
home ownership… unable to attain the upward mobility and financial stability that homeownership brought to previous American generations. — Kirstin Downey
Recent Examples of homeowner from the Web
So, Natalia went with her instinct and shared the photo to Twitter, with a caption that sounds just like one new homeowners would write.
A homeowner fired his handgun into the ground hoping to scare off the person, later identified as Le, and then fled into his house as Le stabbed at the door.
A homeowner reported that a bat was trapped inside a glass fireplace.
Sources say the slain homeowner was a Cullman attorney, who lived at the home with his wife.
The homeowners, who go through a screening process, receive a no-interest mortgage from Habitat.
Seewright then fired several shots, hitting the homeowner in the foot.
The rush to rebuild was so strong that one homeowner actually called his builder before the structure caught fire just to be at the front of the line.
When the girls managed to open the door, the homeowner noticed a figure outside and ran to the kitchen to grab his .38-caliber handgun, Connolly said.
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