A house that is big enough for all of its occupants to fit in is considered a “big house.”
But a house that isn’t that big can be more of a problem.
A study released by a New York-based firm, the Greater New York Apartment Association, found that in the Greater Washington, DC metro area, only 3.8 percent of homes have a single-family dwelling and a whopping 46 percent of single-person households have at least one guest room.
This is far lower than the national average of 6.5 percent.
A single-room occupancy rate of 50 percent in New York City is just below the national median of 51 percent.
In the metro area’s most populous counties, a household that only has two people will have a house of just 2,500 square feet.
In New York, that would mean a family of three living in a home of just 3,500.
The biggest problem with this scenario is that a lot of people will be sharing rooms with one another.
And the number of people sharing rooms in these two-person homes could easily become too much.
In one study, researchers looked at the occupancy of four-bedroom homes and found that, even though the majority of families share a bathroom, they still had a whopping 40 percent occupancy problem.
Another study looked at three-bedroom properties and found an occupancy rate that was just 27 percent.
And one study looked into single-rooms and found a household with just five people could have a housing occupancy rate between 41 and 46 percent.
Another common problem is that people who have shared rooms will have to share laundry and bathroom facilities, as well.
If the owner of the house can’t afford the monthly rent, the owners of the two- or three-person rooms will be left in a very tight spot.
If one of the rooms gets full, it will have limited occupancy and will have little room for anything else.
This could cause the owners to decide to sell, which could result in a property tax bill that will hit the household in the wallet.
The problem with shared rooms isn’t limited to homes in Washington, D.C. The study also found that single- and two-family houses have a higher rate of evictions than four-family homes.
In a survey of nearly 2,400 households, nearly three-quarters (73 percent) of the respondents said they had been evicted for nonpayment of rent or other issues related to housing.
But in one area of the city, two- and three-family units had a much higher rate.
In Baltimore, two of the most populous cities in the United States, nearly half of households had been the victim of eviction.
In that city, the two most common reasons for eviction were a nonpayment or a lack of space.
The median rent for a two-bedroom apartment in Baltimore was $1,250, while a one-bedroom was $2,400.
In fact, two out of three households in Baltimore are living in two-bedrooms.
A third of households in that city rent from landlords.
So a lot more people are living on the streets, and it could result of them having to rent to someone else, as opposed to living in the home they rent to.
This means that the owners may have to raise rent to cover the cost of eviction, as they could lose more money than if they were renting to someone.
A house without a bathroom or a guest room can be a house full of people, which can cause problems for people who live in these properties.
The report also found one out of every seven people who lived in shared rooms in Baltimore had been victims of domestic violence, which was higher than the general population.
And nearly one out the five people who were living in shared bedrooms had been sexually assaulted, which is higher than both of the general populations.
One of the reasons that the rate of sexual assault in shared-room units is higher is because most of the women who are victims are under the age of 18.
This makes it more difficult for the police to intervene when people report incidents of abuse.
But even when a police officer does try to intervene, they may have a hard time because they don’t know how the house is connected to the other properties.
Another issue that is not covered by the report is that some people who are in shared room households may be living in apartments that aren’t quite right for them.
These people could end up living in homes that are far too large, which would also make it harder to find housing for them if they need it.
Some of the problems that people have to deal with when renting to a shared-home owner include: •The lack of proper safety equipment and basic living facilities.
If a tenant is a teenager or has an eating disorder, they could end the lease early and end up in the emergency room.
Some people with mental health issues can be physically dangerous to other tenants.
If you are the landlord, there is a possibility that your tenants may