Dwelling

Business / Real Estate / Dwelling: Any building, structure or part thereof used and occupied for human habitation or intended to be so used, including any appurtenances. Many municipalities have adopted ordinances relating to the repair, closing and demolition of dwellings unfit for human habitation.

Other Words for Dwelling

Dwelling Verb Synonyms: abode, habitation, dwelling-place, house, domicile, lodging, quarters, home, residence, homestead
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Single-Family, Owner-Occupied Dwellings

Business / Real Estate / Single-Family, Owner-Occupied Dwellings: A dwelling which will be owned and occupied by a signatory to the mortgage or deed of trust secured by such dwelling within 90 days of the execution of the mortgage or deed of trust. MORE

Federal Fair Housing Law

Business / Real Estate / Federal Fair Housing Law: In 1968, Congress enacted Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act, called the Federal Fair Housing Act, which declared a national policy of providing fair housing throughout the United States (reference Se MORE

Unruh Civil Rights Act

Business / Real Estate / Unruh Civil Rights Act: Forbids discrimination as to sex, race, color, religion, ancestry or national origin in accommodations and business establishments. Under this law there can be no arbitrary eviction, rent increase or MORE

Civil Rights Act Of 1968

Business / Real Estate / Civil Rights Act Of 1968: In 1968, Congress enacted Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act, called the federal Fair Housing Act, which declared a national policy of providing fair housing throughout the United States (Reference Se MORE

Primary Personal Residence

Business / Real Estate / Primary Personal Residence: The dwelling in which a taxpayer lives and occupies most of the time. MORE

Planned Unit Development (PUD)

Business / Real Estate / Planned Unit Development (PUD): A relatively modern concept in housing designed to produce a high density of dwellings and maximum use of open spaces. This efficient use of land allows greater flexibility for residential land and de MORE

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