Dwelling type

Household Budget Survey / Households / 2017

A common dwelling is a one-room dwelling, or a group of rooms, including its additional parts (halls, corridors, etc.) in a stable building or structure isolated, constructed, constructed, reconstructed or modified buildings, designed for residential purposes, usually with the same economic family, which resides in a year complete (such as a house or apartment). The apartment can have a toilet or toilet for use by its residents, but this is not a necessary condition.