Traducción de homeowner en Español:

homeowner

propietario, n.

nombre

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    propietario masculino
    propietaria femenino
    • Properties and land are divided among the family when the homeowner dies without a will - a common occurrence in Japan.
    • The new on-line map allows homeowners to check the status of their property using their postcode.
    • Homeowners and potential homeowners should not be too disheartened by the fall in house prices though.
    • Many Irish homeowners release the equity in their existing home to buy property abroad.
    • The homeowner retains the right to reside in the property for the rest of their lives.
    • You don't have to be a homebuilder or even a homeowner to live a cleaner, greener existence.
    • The new flood map allows homeowners and businesses to see if their property is at risk from potential flooding.
    • Firefighters are urging homeowners to ensure their smoke alarms are working after a kitchen blaze on Monday.
    • Last year a new team was set up to tackle arsonists by clamping down on rogue landlords and homeowners who leave empty houses to rot.
    • She said homeowners were looking for a combination of convenience and luxury.
    • If a homeowner in one of these areas sells his or her property, the current insurer will continue to cover the new owner.
    • Britain is a nation of keen homeowners, with seven out of ten properties being owner-occupied.
    • If house prices spiral out of control all homeowners are vulnerable.
    • New York remains unique among large US cities in being a city of tenants and not homeowners.
    • The cabinet approved a proposal to let homeowners sell property and pay no income tax on the proceeds.
    • This article is aimed at homeowners, but tenants can use the same technique to pay off other debts early.
    • Its findings on the odds of a repeat disaster are good news for homeowners seeking household insurance.
    • The average small business in Manitoba pays twice as much as a homeowner in total property tax, the study states.
    • As they see the value of their property rise, homeowners feel richer and borrow and spend more.
    • The bank doesn't like the idea of a homeowner dying and the house having to be sold to repay the loan.