Dear valued customer,
We at the West Virginia Housing Development Fund have been closely monitoring the recent health advisories regarding the Coronavirus (Covid-19). As it has always been, the safety and security of our customers and team members remains our highest priority. Our hearts and thoughts go out to the people who have been affected by this unprecedented event.
For the safety of our borrowers, business partners and employees, our offices in Charleston and Bridgeport are temporarily closed to outside... Continue Reading
We are pleased to present the West Virginia Housing Development Fund’s Fiscal Year 2019 Annual Report.
For 51 years, the Fund has worked tirelessly to help make certain that every West Virginian has access to safe, decent and affordable housing options. We are proud of our story and the role we have played in moving our state forward.
This is an important record of what we, as an agency, accomplished. We went beyond spreadsheets and numbers to truly illustrate how... Continue Reading
FHLBank Pittsburgh and the West Virginia Housing Development Fund are proud to announce the 2019 Home4Good funding awards. This money will be utilized by groups across the Mountain State working to reduce homelessness. This year, FHLBank Pittsburgh provided $1.1 million toward the effort and the Fund provided $250,000, for a total contribution of $1.35 million.
“FHLBank Pittsburgh’s ongoing partnership with the West Virginia Housing Development Fund continues to make a... Continue Reading
There has never been a better time to purchase a home in West Virginia. The West Virginia Housing Development Fund is offering qualifying homebuyers a 30-year fixed rate mortgage at 3.78%. Down payment and closing cost assistance loans are also available.
“Owning a home is the cornerstone of the American dream and this is a wonderful opportunity for those looking to buy a home in West Virginia,” said Fund Executive Director Erica Boggess. “We’re excited about this fantastic rate and... Continue Reading
Of course she knows about the appliances, where the bedrooms are and how many bathrooms she has.
But she also knows where the studs are because she helped build the walls. She knows how the floor was laid because she helped carry in the tile. She knows the doors won’t stick because she helped to hang them.
“I was here a lot when we were building it,” said Patterson during a ribbon cutting at her five-bedroom, 1,440-square-foot house... Continue Reading