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Housing and Interior Design Unit 1 Housing Needs and Decisions
Archeologist - scientist who studies history through the relics and remains of old civilizations.
Climate weather conditions of a region determined by temperature and meteorological changes over a period of years.
Condominium = individually owned housing units in a multi- unit development.
Culture = everything about the way a group of people live.
Duplex = one building that contains two separate living units.
Earth Sheltered = houses that are partially covered with soil.
Efficiency Apartment = a unit with one main room, a small kitchen area, and a bathroom.
Eviction = a legal action that requires tenants to move out before the lease has expired
Exposure = the position of a house in relation to the sun and wind.
Green Building = designing, building, and operating homes to use materials, energy, and water efficiently.
Housing = any structure built for people to live in.
HUD = (The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development) - an agency that provides funding for housing for the elderly and disabled.
Lease = a legal document a lessee signs when agreeing to rent housing for a specified period of time.
Lessee = someone who pays rent to use or occupy property owned by someone else.
Lesser= a person who owns a property and rents it to someone else.
Manufactured Home = a transportable structure, constructed in a factory, designed to be used as a single family dwelling.
Modular Home = a home made up of separate boxlike sections that are built in a factory and assembled at the site.
Planned Neighborhood = a self- contained town, zoned for residential and business uses.
Security Deposit = a fee paid by a renter to cover the cost of any future damage that may be caused to the unit.
SMART House = simple and easy-to-use home automation system based on computer technology.
Sublet = to move out of a rental unit before the lease is up and rent the unit to someone else while retaining legal responsibility for the lease.
Technology = the application of scientific knowledge for practical purposes such as reaching goals, meeting needs, and solving problems.
Townhouse = a series of individual housing units, usually identical in appearance, with a common wall between each dwelling.
Universal Design = designing interiors and products to accommodate all people with a variety of requirements, needs, and abilities.
Utilities = services such as electric power, gas, water, and telephone.
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