Translation for 'home ownership' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   home ownership | -
home ownership {noun}
жилищен имот {м}
home {noun}дом {м}
at home {adv}у дома
at home {adv}вкъщи
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Usage Examples English
  • Commemorative plaques may mark such structures. Home ownership provides a common measure of prosperity in economics.
  • The home ownership rate (owner-occupied housing units to total units) is 91.2%.
  • In the fall of 2010 Quincy was listed as eighth in the top fifteen small cities to raise a family in the United States by Forbes magazine for its commute times, high school graduation rate, median household income, home ownership rate and cost of living.
  • That same year, members of the Ku Klux Klan burned crosses in lawns and marched against black home ownership in the area.
  • The home ownership rate was 71.3% at a median value of $142,200.

  • The Heart of Camden Organization offers home renovation and restoration services and home ownership programs.
  • Perivale has a relatively high rate of home ownership.
  • Commentators such as Alan Evans and Tom Papworth have called for outright abolition of green belts, principally on the grounds that by inhibiting the free use of land they restrict home ownership.
  • Due to lower home ownership rates, slumlords were able to rent out apartments that would otherwise be owned.
  • Home ownership represents status and a modicum of economic security, compared to renting which may consume much of the income of low-wage urban workers.

  • " ("home ownership") had been firmly rejected as "not" a fundamental tenet of the party.
  • Black civil servants who were exposed to Wilson's segregationist policies experienced a relative decline in home ownership rates, with suggestive evidence of lasting adverse effects for the descendants of those black civil servants.
  • The Sikh diaspora has been most successful in the UK, and UK Sikhs have the highest percentage of home ownership (82%) of any religious community.
  • Home ownership in Sydney was less common than renting prior to the Second World War but this trend has since reversed.
  • Most of the demand in Morocco is for moderate housing, and a decrease in lending rates has made home-ownership easier.

  • She also exposes the inequalities within gender and race and home ownership.
  • It was sold in 2016 as part of the Brown to Brown Home Ownership Program [...] the program specifies that if the house is ever sold, it has to be sold back to the university.
  • 1990-2000 2010 There was a home-ownership rate of 73.4%, and the median housing value was $143,700; the median gross rent was $755.
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