Housing Unit


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Housing Unit

A place where a person or persons live separate and apart from other persons. A housing unit may be a house, apartment, or even a self-contained room. See also: Zoning, Census.
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Egypt's real estate sector suffers from a mismatch of supply and demand for housing units, Emad Al-Masoudi, chief executive of Aqar Map online portal told Daily News Egypt.
The average monthly rent for a housing unit in the Palestinian Territory was 153 Jordanian dinars ($216) in 2011: 165 JDs ($233) in the West Bank and 109 JDs ($154) in the Gaza Strip.
Next, the court found that a manufactured housing unit may be suitable for domestic, commercial, or industrial purposes as soon as it is constructed for that purpose, interpreting the term suitable to mean "adapted to a use or purpose"
The centralized housing unit now can more easily group similar inmates in facilities and hold jail authorities accountable for inmate assignments.
A variety of housing unit seizes and characteristics may be desirable to respond to the special needs of the populations being served.
Saudis and expats are still waiting for completion of projects of the Ministry of Housing, which will contribute to reducing prices of housing units in major cities such as Jeddah, Riyadh and Dammam.
718, building of 25 housing annexes in the housing unit project at the Wilayat of Dima Wal Taeen in the North A'Sharqiyah Governorate at a cost of RO 336.
Each housing unit is wired with free high-speed Internet access and has a balcony.
Because of sharp declines in housing construction in North America and Western Europe, where units tend to be larger, the global average size of a new housing unit declined from 2007 to 2012.
He said Saudi citizens will be given choice between loans provided by the Real Estate Development Fund (REDF), the housing unit or any other program approved by the Ministry.
It statedthe average number of rooms in the housing unit in the Palestinian Territory in 2010 as 3.