What if your home is in a community that does not require balconies?

If you live in the San Francisco Bay Area, you are probably not the only one who does not have one.

And there is a growing number of homeowners who are concerned about the potential health risks of the balconies that have become a ubiquitous feature of our homes.

The federal government has set aside $50 million to buy and install 2,000 balconies on public and private buildings across the country, but the number is expected to grow.

The Department of Housing and Urban Development estimates that 1.7 million people in the United States live in communities with balconies.

That number is higher than the number of people who live in apartment buildings, and it is expected that more homes will need to be added to these facilities.

The number of balconies is rising.

In 2014, the number rose more than threefold from 7,500 to 13,000, according to a study published by the American Civil Liberties Union.

That was partly because many of these balconies were built in areas where people had trouble standing in the rain.

And balconies have been a favorite of people with mobility issues.

Branching doors, stairs, elevators and other features have also become popular in some communities.

There are even “boulder houses,” where balconies are made of solid concrete and a combination of plaster, fiberglass and concrete.

In addition to safety issues, the popularity of balconys is also causing more homes to be built in low-income areas.

The number of low-cost apartments has been increasing in many areas in the country over the last few years, but it is still less than half of the homes that were built before 2000, according, the Brookings Institution.

This could be one of the reasons why the number that need balconies has been growing.

According to the National Association of Realtors, there were 1.5 million rental apartments in the last quarter of 2018, compared to 6.5 for the same period last year.

That means more people are renting apartments than are homeowners, and the problem is getting worse.

In many cases, people who rent are buying apartments that they can live in for a very low monthly rent.

In some cities, the cost of renting apartments in these areas is often lower than the price of homes, meaning people are more likely to be able to afford to buy.

The Brookings Institution report suggests that some of these issues are due to a growing affordability crisis in the housing market.

It found that while prices are still rising fast, they have slowed for many people who are renting.

And people are not necessarily renting because they can’t afford to pay a much higher monthly rent, it said.

This means that there are more people who need balconys than are renting, said David Tingley, a senior economist at the Realtor Association.

“They have a choice: They can be renting, or they can be buying, and that is a problem.”

While many people are happy to rent, some residents are not.

“I feel like I’m getting an extension of my lease,” said one resident in the Bay Area.

“There’s a lot of balcony people in this city that aren’t paying any rent.”

Many cities are moving to install more balconies to help alleviate the problem.

But they are still a relatively new idea.

In the last several years, there have been no major changes to the way that apartment buildings are designed, and many have not even been installed.

In some cities such as Atlanta, the city is installing new balconies at least three times a year.

In Seattle, residents are also buying homes that are designed with more balcony options, including “beverages, entertainment and dining areas,” said Lisa McBath, director of policy development for the city’s Housing Development Department.

The problem is not unique to the Bay area.

In other parts of the country including New York City and Chicago, there is an increasing number of apartments that are not designed with a minimum of balconied living areas.

In a survey of more than 700 apartments, more than half said that the balcony was not always necessary.

“I think the solution is really to have people in these buildings who know what they are doing,” said Roberta Zahn, director for housing policy at the National Urban League.

“Beverages and entertainment areas are great, but they need to have a good level of security.”

The city of Atlanta is currently considering installing new balcony and roof access features at more than 3,000 of its apartments.

The city is also developing a plan for how to address the problem of the more than 1,000 units in need of balcony installation.

The proposal is expected in the spring.

According to the Brookings Institute, the majority of the new balconys installed in the past decade have been in low income areas of the city. While the