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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhomeownerhome‧own‧er /ˈhəʊmˌəʊnə $ ˈhoʊmˌoʊnər/ ●○○ noun [countable]  OWNsomeone who owns their home
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homeownerNo completion or arrangement fees apply and homeowners will be eligible for a free valuation.We asked homeowners if they were aware of changes to the house-buying process and only 25 per cent said yes.But homeowners are developing a whole new attitude.Even tax breaks for homeowners are an entitlement only for the well-off.For homeowners who do not have a south facing garden, there are other equally favourable aspects for the siting of conservatories.The article neglected to mention the large percentage of homeowners who rebuilt early and subsequently tried to sell their houses.The mortgage trader who could predict the behavior of the homeowners made huge profits.
From Longman Business Dictionaryhomeownerhome‧own‧er /ˈhəʊmˌəʊnəˈhoʊmˌoʊnər/ noun [countable]PROPERTY a person who owns their own homeThe mortgage is aimed at homeowners seeking to borrow more than £100,000.
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