The West Virginia Housing Development Fund’s Homeownership program works hand in hand with the Downpayment and Closing Cost Assistance Program, removing barriers to homeownership for first time buyers like Brit Blevins and Eamon Barker.
Hope, Inc. used the West Virginia Housing Development Fund’s Special Assistance Lending Program for new renovations to their women’s shelter in Fairmont.
Fairmont’s Miller School Apartments were build using the West Virginia Housing Development Fund’s Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program.
There’s no sense in just rolling the dice when it comes to one of the biggest investments in your lifetime. Ask yourself these three basic questions to help better understand if you’re ready for homeownership and what it takes to qualify for a loan through the WVHDF.