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Concept selected: Conventional family dwelling

Definition

This is a family dwelling that meets all the requirements to be inhabited, and that on the reference date of the Statistical Operation, is not entirely used for other purposes. The conventional dwelling may be the main dwelling when it is the regular residence of its components. If it is intended to be occupied only occasionally (for example, during holidays), or it is used continuously, but by different groups (for example, for subsequent short-term rentals), it is called a secondary dwelling. When it remains unoccupied, it is called empty.

Source

National Statistics Institute surveys

Topic

Statistical operations

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