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dwelling

A building designed or used as the living quarters for one or more families.
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Loss of Rental Income in the event your rental dwelling is damaged by a covered loss and not habitable
Nordic Homes & Construction, 3438 Cabernet Ln; new single family dwelling with attached garage; $272,653.
The first category covers tenants who have resided for more than ten years in the leased dwellings of the public housing stock, with the house lifetime of no less than fifteen years.
Conversion of building from mixed offices (B1) to dwelling with new garage, 2-4 Southgate, Elland.
This building boom also led to an even higher increase in the number of new dwellings that lay vacant.
There were significant differences between EU member states when considering the sanitary equipment of dwelling.
The proposed regulations provide that long-term contracts for land improvements directly related to and located on the site of the dwelling units and common improvements at the site are treated as home construction contracts, even if there is no home construction involved.
Moreover, 1,820 dwellings were completed during the January to March 2008 quarter.
When dwelling prices are growing, newly-built dwellings become too expensive for most of residents, therefore, renovation of old dwelling blocks becomes an attractive alternative (Zavadskas et al.
Inspired by the scale and order of the traditional Japanese tea house and the technological sleekness of the aviation and automotive industries, the prototypical dwelling is inventively compacted in a 2.
Hornig, Dwelling Quest's president and chief executive officer, commented, "There is no secret formula to our success: we have an extraordinary group of brokers and salespersons who know the Manhattan real estate market, work very hard and provide premium service to their clients.
Cave dwelling, as a special and long-standing style of dwelling, was initiated 2000 years ago by Chinese ancestors who lived in loess physiognomy, where limited living lands and scarce construction resources enforce residents to resolve their living concerns using local featured geological resources: loess.