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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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A homeowner is not expected to know this,'' said Friedman.
says Beckles "They don't realize there is so much we can do to help them," She says homeowners should contact their lender before their loan becomes delinquent.
Unlike McDermott who had a small lien, many homeowners who are delinquent on municipal taxes have also fallen behind on other payments, such as credit cards, and amassed a sizable amount of debt," Viscariello said.
This bill was introduced in July 2002 and, had it passed, would have mandated indoor mold health research, established exposure limits and standards for mold remediation, and set up a national mold insurance program administered by the Federal Emergency Management Agency to assist homeowners with costs.
In those cases, Smalley recommends homeowners introduce the association to the movement already in progress.
Four years later, however, the federal government has brought suit against the homeowners.
Nor is the interest deductible by most homeowners, who typically report on the cash basis and accordingly have no deductions until the entire loan is repaid.
As noted earlier, homeowners who expect to move very soon would probably not benefit from refinancing.
Especially modest given that during the Reagan years, the homeowner tax break was the only housing subsidy that did not fall to the budget axe.
com also offers tips and tricks for homeowners to help prevent termites from invading their homes, including some that homeowners may not normally think of.
Overall, the survey results indicate that people are lax about updating their homeowners policies as their needs change.

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