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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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6 million home-owners who have only ever seen static or falling rates after getting on the property ladder in the past decade.
Home-owners on a variable rate mortgage may find themselves particularly vulnerable to a base rate rise.
The home-owner also has to agree to give the builder access to the premises during the agreed working hours and keep the working areas sufficiently free from obstruction.
Home-owners are responsible for the standards of the accommodation and amenities.
25, with home-owners demanding a verdict, witnesses said.
And while two-thirds of households are home-owners, they get only 6% of the Government's housing spending.
Most of those who are renting privately or sharing with family or friends are under 35, and more than half of these (54%) would like to become home-owners over the short term.
Figures collected by Shelter show the region has one of the highest rates of home-owners at risk of repossession.
Government figures show the number of second home-owners has risen from 185,000 in 1996 to 203,000 last year in England alone, the paper reported.
More home-owners in the West Midlands think they are safe in their jobs than in any other part of the country, but the proportion who say they feel worse off has jumped markedly since last autumn.
The utilities will be glad to pay the home-owners a premium for this power which means that home-owners will be able to recover the cost of their Fuel Cells.
of Royal Group, commented on the project saying, "it shows the System's growing acceptance in South America by home-owners, developers and the financial community".