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housing unit

A house, apartment, group of rooms, or a single room occupied or intended for occupancy as separate living quarters.
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Tarek El Molla, the Minister of Petroleum, announced that the natural gas grid reached around 4 million housing units during the last five years, reaching a total of 10 million units across Egypt, according to the Petroleum Ministry Gate.
He said challenges in terms of fast-tracking the completion of housing units and of occupying the completed ones remain.
ISLAMABAD -- Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Wednesday the country is facing a shortage of 12.5 million housing units at present.
Two of the projects - respectively comprising 500 housing units and 2,700 units - will be constructed at two places in Lahore while 4,000 housing units will be constructed in Karachi under a joint venture.
The prime minister went on to say that the housing units will be built on public-private partnership basis wherein the government will provide land and the private sector will construct housing units.
The model villages include 5,968 pre-fabricated or concrete housing units, benefiting 5,968 families.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The Israeli government intends to build about 5,000 housing units in settlements in the West Bank and Jerusalem, according to a report.
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.
which will provide housing units to low-income strata.
The Minister disclosed that 6000 housing units would be constructed in three cities under first phase under which housing unit at ground floor comprising three marla would cost Rs.
"Year-on-year prices of townhouses, condominium units, and single detached housing units grew by 18.3 percent, 5.