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
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But with mortgage rates rising, more homeowners may choose to renovate homes rather than buy new ones.
Police said pictures were taken at the scene but no further evidence was located and the homeowner was unable to provide information on any suspects.
There are clump forming bamboos, which are not likely to spread and can be planted to give the homeowner a fun and exotic look.
But the bulkheads, sea walls and sand dunes used along the ocean can’t be replicated in many back-bay areas because of limited space and resistance from homeowners who prize waterfront views.
In the draft legislation released Thursday, Republicans propose ejecting from the program homeowners who keep getting flooded but don’t want to sell their houses.
In seeking a four-year freeze of real-estate tax levies, Rauner is reaching out to homeowners in the Republican-leaning suburbs.
There is nothing quite like the look and feel of a real wood deck, but the maintenance required is often more than what most homeowners want to invest in.
Homeowners hold shares, paying monthly fees that cover private security, trash removal, grounds maintenance and water.
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