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Shower Only In Townhouse

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TC

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Any guidelines for a townhouse that has only 1 bath with shower only? Don't see it as a problem personally, but does HUD have a policy.

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Mike Garrett RAA

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a three piece bath is considered a full bath.
 

Pam Wyant

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It could become a "saleability" issue if the marketability would be influenced by the lack of a bathtub. For most markets this would not seem to be a problem, but in areas with a concentration of young families it could be - it's difficult to give a young child a shower. And personally I would never consider buying a home without a bathtub (unless one could be added economically). I only do showers at camp! (Of course the same could be true for someone else for a house with only a bathtub.)
 
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