homeowner [hohm-oh-ner] ExamplesWord Origin noun
- a person who owns a .
Origin of homeowner First recorded in 1940–45;+ Related formshome·own·er·ship, home ownership, nounhome·own·ing, adjective Examples from the Web for homeownership Contemporary Examples of homeownership
Disparities in homeownership are a major driver of the racial wealth gap, according to a recent study from Brandeis University.
March 13, 2014
Poverty, obesity, homeownership, marital status and alcohol consumption were among the factors investigated.
May 30, 2013
He says he wants to fix the failing public school system, lower the unemployment rate, and promote job training and homeownership.
April 5, 2012
British Dictionary definitions for homeownership homeowner noun
- a person who owns the house in which he or she lives
Derived Formshomeownership, noun Word Origin and History for homeownership homeowner n.
also home-owner, 1892, American English, from(n.) + agent noun of (v.).