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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Prices of single detached housing units declined by 1.9 percent during this period, while prices of duplex units, which account for only 0.37 percent of total new housing units reported, also decreased by 3.7 percent year-on-year.
Only 2000 housing units under Aashiyana Scheme were constructed by those rulers who are confined to jails on the basis of corruption.
"Year-on-year prices of townhouses, condominium units, and single detached housing units grew by 18.3 percent, 5.
It says that about 80,000 people have applied for the housing units in the first batch of seven selected cities so far.
Article 5 of the Social Housing Law 33/2014 states that it is forbidden to rent or sell a social housing unit before five years have passed since signing the original contract with the office, which the housing unit is affiliated to.
The President guarantees that the 15 counties here will be served in the implementation of the housing unit project, encouraging contractor LACE and those that will work along with the agency to be very fast, efficient and ensuring durability.
The report said 80.9% of households live in owned housing units, with 81.4% in urban areas and 83.0% in rural areas, while 73.0% of households in camps live in owned housing units
Under the tax code, manufactured housing that is suitable for domestic, commercial, or industrial purposes is taxable real estate; the city assesses property taxes on the land to Green Meadows and on the housing units to the individual owners.
Year-on-year, prices of townhouses, condominium units and single detached housing units grew by 13.3 percent, 9.1 percent and 0.8 percent, respectively.
They said the federal government was unable to allot houses to the government employees owing to shortage of over 20,000 housing units in various sectors of the capital.
It stated the average number of rooms in the housing unit in the Palestinian Territory in 2011 as 3.6, with about 14.5% of households living in housing units with 1-2 rooms: 14.3% in the West Bank and 14.7% in the Gaza Strip.