conventional home

conventional home

Also called a stick-built home; a home built on-site, as opposed to a manufactured home (built elsewhere) or a modular home (components built elsewhere and assembled on-site).

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The toughening competition in the conventional home appliance market has driven companies such as LG Electronics to add a string of new software features to their hardware.
The Federal National Mortgage Association has discontinued its free market auction system for commitments to purchase conventional home mortgages.
This can be accomplished either by hitting the ball out of play while it is still in fair territory (a conventional home run), or by an inside-the-park home run.
Home Loans For All points out that down payments are now as low as 3% for a Fannie Mae conventional home loan.
Currently, many Detroit home buyers who purchase blighted properties do not have access to additional resources or conventional home loans to make essential home improvements, the firm said.
49 per cent, longer tenors of up to 25 years, a choice of Islamic and Conventional Home Finance, and for a wider range of properties.
RODENT MENACETHE super-rats are defying conventional home methods of control
AV Homes engages in the development and construction of active adult and conventional home communities in the Phoenix, Arizona and Central and South Florida markets.
One of the many advantages of living away from my conventional home is that I get to be part of such an impressive multi-cultural society.
In most cases, private mortgage insurance is required when borrowers can't afford the 20 percent down payment needed for a conventional home loan.
But the best part about Canada's first residential passivhaus (built a year after Whistler's Austria House earned the inaugural certification) is that it cost only about 10 per cent more to build than a conventional home.
As such, it needs a mere fraction of the electricity it takes to run a conventional home of comparable size.

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