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showing lack of emotional involvement

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being or feeling set or kept apart from others

no longer connected or joined

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used of buildings

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lacking affection or warm feeling

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not fixed in position

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"If you look at building permit data for the Wasatch Front, it used to build about 70 percent single-family detached homes. For the last 10 years, it's been about 50/50.
Closed escrow sales of existing, single-family detached homes in California totaled a seasonally adjusted annualized rate of 357,730 units in January, according to information collected by C.A.R.
Even though single-family detached homes remain very popular, and are the majority of what they're building, we're having challenges in the new home market providing enough housing that's priced to be attainable to new home consumers," RCLCO's Gregg Logan, the report's author, said.
Construction is projected to start in August 2018 and is expected to include a mix of ranch and two-story single-family detached homes.
Featuring three distinct neighborhoods, Glass Bay introduces 217 new single-family detached homes to the Tri-City area.
Michael defines rural residential as having a density of 10 lots per 40 acres for "standard development" or 20 lots per 40 acres for "open space development" of "larger single-family detached homes."
DOWNERS GROVE -- The number of single-family detached homes sold in the Chicago area is on the rise after months of low sales.
Its home building operations include purchasing finished lots or developing lots for the construction and sale primarily of single-family detached homes to under the Richmond American Homes name.
The master plan features single-family detached homes and townhomes designed by local architecture firms KTGY (Oakland) and Dahlin Group Architects (Pleasanton).
Close to 10,000 boomers are reaching retirement age each day in the United States, but the amount residing in single-family detached homes has yet to decline.
This work uses a database of almost 5000 energy audits that were performed on single-family detached homes between 2009 and 2010 as a basis for analysis.
June sales of existing single-family detached homes and condos combined in the Phoenix market rose 7.1 percent above the year-ago level.
Those include how much land within the present boundary can be used for housing and what percentage of the new dwelling units should be single-family detached homes, which use more land per housing unit compared to apartments, condos and other types of multifamily housing.
This reduction in energy use is equivalent to the energy used by approximately 370 average single-family detached homes in the United States for an entire year.
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