owner-occupier


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owner-occupier

n
Brit a person who owns or is in the process of buying the house or flat he lives in
ˌowner-ˈoccuˌpied adj
ˈowner-ˌoccuˈpation n
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.owner-occupier - an occupant who owns the home that he/she lives in
occupant, occupier, resident - someone who lives at a particular place for a prolonged period or who was born there
Translations

owner-occupier

[ˌəʊnərˈɒkjʊˌpaɪəʳ] nproprietario/a della casa in cui abita
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Household size comparisons of owner-occupier and non-owner occupier households in the Netherlands reveal similar relationships to the Turkish case.
"I am especially delighted at the excellent owner-occupier profile we have at Halegrove Court, including solicitors, architects, surveyors and a bank.
Completed last year and occupied by owner-occupier, the Agbar Group, you would imagine that the Spanish Water company's brand image was dependent upon them keeping their new phallic flagship in pristine condition.
Of the loans in arrears, 100,700 were owner-occupier loans, while 5,700 were buy-to-let loans.
DJD will bring 25,000 sq ft of the recently refurbished Grade II-listed Novas Scarman Centre to the local market on behalf of the scheme's developer and owner-occupier, the Novas Scarman Group.
I would encourage any council tenant, leaseholder or owner-occupier who is interested in having a voice and making a difference to join.
The A9's merging with the ringroad is marked by two not yet fully completed towers: Allmann Sattler Wappner's Munchner Tor for owner-occupier Munchner Ruck and Helmut Jahn's speculative Highlight for developer Kollmann.
Hudson square's increase is largely attributable to 325 Hudson Street, where the entire building became available due to the impending sale by its owner-occupier, Century 21 Department Stores.
Both the UK owner-occupier sector and the buy-to-let sector have seen overall total reductions in arrears and repossessions.
WHILE the last three years of plummeting property prices have cost British homeowners pounds 322 billion, the overall surge in house prices of the last decade has enriched each owner-occupier by around pounds 33,000.
Councillor David Budd, the council's executive councillor for regeneration, said: "Every current owner-occupier of a house which is cleared will be offered a house of the same or better standard in the inner Middlesbrough area, if that is what they wish.
Assetz claim the move signals the end of tax-efficient owner-occupier property ownership.