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Tuesday, September 16 2014

Buying or selling a home will likely be one of the largest financial transactions you will make in your lifetime, so you want to make sure that it is well overseen and taken care of. The best way to do this is to enlist the services of a licensed REALTOR.

As a buyer, your main goal is to find a home that suits your needs at the best possible price.  Perhaps the biggest benefit of using a REALTOR is time saved.  A good REALTOR will spend time finding out what your needs are.  They will know the area, and save you time by showing you homes that meet your specific needs.   They may also point out inspections that you may want to consider before you purchase, which could potentially save you money.  Additionally, a REALTOR will likely be able to negotiate a better price for you. While you may be new to the area, they will be well aware of what a house is worth and how much comparable properties are selling for in the neighborhood.

As a seller, your main goal is to get your home sold quickly and at the right price. A REALTOR will have the tools and expertise necessary to accomplish this goal.  To begin, they will be able to make sure that your property is priced and positioned right. Most REALTORs have strong marketing avenues in place that can be used to promote your property. In addition, REALTORs are in constant contact with prospective buyers, so they are likely to find a match much faster than you would on your own.  Most importantly, they will save you the hassle of having to deal with showings, negotiations, and prospective buyers. 

So, when you are ready to start the process of buying or selling, let a REALTOR put their knowledge to work for you. You'll be glad you did!

Contact Greg Allman today for all of your home buying or selling needs.  We are dedicated to making sure you have a smooth transition from start to finish. Use our website to search available properties in the Lewisburg, Alderson, White Sulphur Springs and Ronceverte areas. You can also sign up to receive free listing updates by email, request a report on your home's value, and get information about relocating to the area.  Please call (304) 645-2255 or email Greg@GregAllman.net.​

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Monday, August 09 2010

In an unprecedented offer that should give a boost to the beleaguered state, homebuyers in West Virginia will get the chance to apply for zero-down, 3.5 percent 30-year fixed-rate mortgage loans. Funds for the Housing Development program come from a $35M bond, and are limited to the first 280 eligible applicants. See the following article from HousingWire for more on this.

The governor of West Virginia  announced an unparalleled housing strategy, and is now offering the best mortgage rates the state has ever seen — a 30-year fixed-rate of only 3.5%.

Not only that, but the program includes a 0% down payment policy and families are still eligible for closing cost assistance loans.

This program, run by the West Virginia Housing Development Fund, is able to achieve the rate through a $35m bond issue.

The mortgage does come with a few stipulations. The mortgage deal is available on a first-come, first-serve basis to only 280 qualified West Virginian families. The WV Housing Development Fund will move anyone into a targeted county, but any applicant wanting to move to a non-targeted county must be a first-time homebuyer.

"I am so pleased with the diligent work that the West Virginia Housing Development Fund has done to bring this tremendous housing opportunity into fruition for so many West Virginians," said governor Joe Manchin in a press release. "I am confident that this new mortgage program will be a win-win for both our citizens and the state's housing industry."

The West Virginia Housing Development Fund said they will start taking applications for loans immediately.

This article has been republished from HousingWire. You can also view this article at
HousingWire, a mortgage and real estate news site.

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Wednesday, July 28 2010

Even in these trying economic times, the West Virginia Housing Development Fund is committed to providing affordable housing to the citizens of West Virginia.

If you are looking to purchase a new home, or need to refinance your current mortgage, the West Virginia Housing Development Fund has a program to help:

A message from Joe Hatfield, Executive Director of the West Virginia Housing Development Fund:

"The West Virginia Housing Development Fund is offering a new mortgage program for state residents that includes a 30-year fixed rate loan at 3.5 percent. This is a historic program and the Fund has issued $35 million in bonds to provide West Virginians with an opportunity to have safe and affordable housing. Since 1968, we have been working hard to ensure that residents of our state have a home to call their own. We know that an essential part of the American Dream is homeownership, and with this new program, it will provide more West Virginians the opportunity to own a home."

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Thursday, July 15 2010

 

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Friday, December 18 2009

Combine the tax credit with our holiday gift to you - $500 credit at closing¹ and move into your dream home!
Mention offer code 10825-2.

$6,500 Tax Credit for Current Homeowners!

• Receive up to $6,500 in a tax credit on a new home purchase
  (you must have lived in your current home for 5 consecutive years over the past 8 years).
• Purchase home by April 30, 2010 and close by June 30, 2010.
• Income limits to qualify for full tax credit have increased to $125,000 for individuals or $225,000 for joint filers.
  (Partial tax credit may be granted for incomes up to $145,000 for individuals or $245,000 for joint filers).
• Home must be used as your primary residence.

Is someone you know a first-time homebuyer?

• Tell your family and friends - up to $8,000 tax credit for new homebuyers!
• Buyer(s) must sign a purchase contract by April 30, 2010 and close by June 30, 2010.
• Homebuyers cannot have owned a home during the past three years.
• Home must remain primary residence within 3 years of the purchase date.
• Income limits to qualify for full tax credit have increased to $125,000 for individuals or $225,000 for joint filers.
  (Partial tax credit may be granted for incomes up to $145,000 for individuals or $245,000 for joint filers).

These tax credits expire April 30, 2010. Contact a CitiMortgage Consultant now!

Apply online OR call 1-866-535-8078 today to talk to a dedicated Mortgage Consultant.

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Tuesday, November 10 2009

WOW! Up to $8,000.00 income tax credit, if you qualify. Find out how!

As part of its plan to stimulate the U.S. housing market and address the economic challenges facing our nation, Congress has passed new legislation that:

• Extends the First-Time Home Buyer Tax Credit of up to $8,000 to first-time home buyers until April 30, 2010.

• Expands the credit to grant up to $6,500 credit to current home owners purchasing a new or existing home between November 7, 2009 and April 30, 2010.

Here is more information about how the Extended Home Buyer Tax Credit can help prospective home buyers become part of the American dream.

Who Qualifies for the Extended Credit?

• First-time home buyers who purchase homes between November 7, 2009 and April 30, 2010.

• Current home owners purchasing a home between November 7, 2009 and April 30, 2010, who have used the home being sold or vacated as a principal residence for five consecutive years within the last eight.

To qualify as a “first-time home buyer” the purchaser or his/her spouse may not have owned a residence during the three years prior to the purchase.

Call us: 304.645.2255; Greenbrier Real Estate Service and let us help you find your new home.

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Friday, August 07 2009

Greg Allman, attends 20th anniversary of Star Power in Denver  (Photo, Howard Brinton and Allman), July 29 – August 1, 2009

Greg, Enjoyed three days of career-changing session material, unparalleled networking opportunities and an environment of complete and open sharing at a STAR POWER Annual Conference. A small sampling of the content covered this year was:

  • Capitalize on today’s opportunities available in niche markets such as first-time homebuyers, investment properties and REOs
  • Learn the implications of the new real estate tax laws and credits
  • Gain insights into generating high-quality leads and top practices to improve conversion ratios
  • Understand how the government’s stimulus package and other changes will affect you and your business
  • Hear from industry experts who discuss the future of real estate and get ahead of the curve in your business planning
  • Earn money with zero-based social media networking and viral marketing
  • Discover the latest industry gadgets and other cutting-edge technology being used to improve efficiency and generate business
  • Help clients facing foreclosures as you never thought possible
  • Re-build Realtor trust in the minds and hearts of buyers and sellers
  • And much, much more!

Confirmed speakers:

  • Howard Brinton, Founder and CEO, STAR POWER Systems
  • Dave Liniger, Co-Founder and Chairman of the Board, RE/MAX International
  • Gary Keller, Founder and Chairman of the Board- Keller Williams Realty International
  • Earl Lee, President of Prudential Real Estate and Relocation Services
  • Jim Gillespie, President and CEO Coldwell Banker Real Estate
  • Chris Bird, Real Estate Tax Expert
  • Alex Charfen, Founder and CEO, Certified Distressed Property Institute
  • Michael Russer, a.k.a. “Mr. Internet”
  • Jim Casey, Jim Casey Seminars and Consulting
  • Allan Domb, Larry Kendall and more than 125 top active industry producers and experts – the STAR POWER Stars
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Tuesday, June 23 2009

Buyer's market? Seller's market? Get a snapshot of current conditions in your area from a local real estate professional. Click on the link below.

http://realtytimes.com/custommktc/r.com-top.htm

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Tuesday, June 23 2009

The National Association of REALTORS® offers useful information on the tax credit as well as the benefits of owning a home.

Go to http://www.housingmarketfacts.com.

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