A Message for Current Customers:
The West Virginia Housing Development Fund is excited to announce a new line up of interactive tools for our current customers. After logging in, customers can make a payment and access new features. They can now:
- Lookup loan history
- View previous payments
- Retrieve year-end tax information
- View a personalized loan amortization
- Update contact information
- Review Monthly Billing statements
- Check Account balance and due dates
“Customers have been able to pay their... Continue Reading
A message from Erica Boggess, the West Virginia Housing Development Fund’s Acting Executive Director:
We are proud to present the Fund’s 2013 Annual Report. This report provides an exciting overview of how our programs positively impact West Virginians.
We take pride in fulfilling the important mission of providing safe, decent and affordable housing to the citizens of West Virginia. We work diligently to serve the many housing needs of our State and work with many lending partners and other... Continue Reading
Building full of charm and character
After fire destroyed their home, Albert Priddy and his sister Charlotte Thomas were in the unenviable spot of having to find a new place to live. They wanted to stay on Charleston’s West Side, but their options were limited.
Priddy has some difficulty getting around and Thomas uses a wheelchair. They needed a place close to familiar surroundings, but could accommodate someone with a disability.
When they learned about Glenwood at... Continue Reading
Founders Landing redeveloped with help from Fund program
HUNTINGTON – Kellie Weidenhammer hurt her back at work a few years ago and she will tell you life has not been easy since her accident.
“We pretty much lost everything,” she said.
As Weidenhammer struggles to get herself and her family back on their feet, she’s found a home at Founder’s Landing, a development on the city’s West Side that was recently rehabilitated, in part, through... Continue Reading
The West Virginia Housing Development Fund has revamped its newest home ownership program to make it available to more West Virginia homebuyers. In an effort to expand the Movin’ Up program, the Fund has raised income limits and eliminated county-related stipulations.
Under the old requirements, buyers had to make less than a predetermined annual income and . income limits varied from county to county. With the new plan, income limits have not only increased significantly, but are now... Continue Reading