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Homeowner

A person who owns his/her primary residence. Homeownership gives the owner a stake in his/her neighborhood or town's long-term stability, as we as a significant investment. The U.S. federal government thus attempts to encourage homeownership by allowing owners to deduct the interest on their mortgages from their taxable income.
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Lawrence Hall, a spokesman for Zoopla, said: "Despite a dip in sentiment, the majority of home owners are confident in house price growth in their area, albeit at a slower rate than previously experienced.
But home owners in London will have to wait until June 27 to celebrate, while those in West Dunbartonshire have the shortest wait, with mortgage freedom day for them typically falling on February 26.
In a depressed real estate market, most home owners cannot sell their homes because they either owe too much or because they need repairs.
Common concerns included the state of double glazing or gutters and drainpipes as well as out-dated wiring, the survey of more than 1,800 home owners found.
When asked why they had opted to buy their mortgage lender's home insurance, some 14% of home owners thought it might help with their mortgage application and one in 11 (9%) claimed they did not realise they could buy cover elsewhere.
The DTCM has also upgraded its official web portal to allow for holiday homes' applications to be submitted by home owners and authorised tenants online and, while payment of the license fees currently requires physical attendance of the applicant before the DTCM, it is expected that the DTCM will soon launch an e-commerce system to cater for the online payment of such fees.
Additionally, I am unsure this move will be beneficial to local communities, since this may cause an egress of second home owners from Wales, taking their resources and local employment opportunities with them.
Most home owners surveyed by property search website Zoopla predict further house price hikes in the next six months, marking the highest proportion seen since its records began in 2009.
They have left home owners till last, meaning we get next to nothing for our homes.
Now Gwynedd Council - which faces a pounds 38m funding shortfall over the next four years - is tightening up on holiday home owners.
While attending a rally in Salem recently on behalf of Oregon Manufactured Home Owners United, it became apparent that some legislators are unaware of the uniqueness of mobile and manufactured home ownership in mobile home parks, where a substantial segment of our population dwells.