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Bungalow

A small, single-family home, usually with only one story. A bungalow is a term used by real estate agents for affordable housing available for working class and lower middle class persons to buy. Bungalows originated in India.
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This partnership saved a house, a homeowner, and is allowing a first-time homeowner to move into an historical Chicago bungalow, situated on the first national 'Green Bungalow Model Block,'" said Donna Stites, First Deputy Director of Greater Southwest Development Corporation.
GSDC purchased the Chicago bungalow from Citibank interest free.
ComEd, ShoreBank, and the Historic Chicago Bungalow Association (HCBA) will distribute free home energy efficiency kits and show homeowners how to make cost-effective energy saving improvements to their homes as part of the Federal Reserve Bank's Money Smart Week on Thursday, May 4 at the South Shore Branch of the Chicago Public Library, 2505 E.
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