It’s a challenging housing marketing right now and it may seem like reaching homeownership is impossible.
We’re here to tell you homeownership IS achievable depending on some factors, including your affordability, the lender you choose and the home loan that you are approved for to close on your home.
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HomeOwnership Center, Inc. is pleased to welcome Joseph Solberg to its Board of Directors.
Joe currently serves as the Interim Finance Manager of the City of Weston, WV, where he is responsible for the financial oversight of the city and manages its $3 million budget. Prior to this role, Joe worked as the Assistant Finance Director for the City of Weston. He enjoys grant writing and program development and has an interest in economic development and social services.
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A determined local man was able to reach home ownership and establish financial security with the joint forces of the HomeOwnership Center, Inc. and Randolph County Housing Authority’s Section 8 Housing Program and Financial Opportunity Center.
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The beginning of a new year indicates it’s time to start thinking about tax season!
The IRS will begin accepting and processing 2022 federal tax returns during the first month of the year. The deadline to file taxes typically falls on April 15 unless the date falls on a weekend or holiday.
We chatted with Suree Sarceno, EITC/VITA Coordinator for the North Central EITC Coalition to learn about how VITA is a valuable resource for folks looking for assistance with tax preparation.
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It’s a new year – a time to refocus, plan for the future and set goals! Perhaps you have goals to reconnect with old friends, incorporate healthier habits into your daily life or to become more financially stable.
At the HomeOwnership Center, we can help you reach your goal of becoming more financially secure through our Credit Advising service!
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From a RCHA Program to an Independent Non-Profit Organization
Realizing there was a need for affordable and adequate housing for folks in Randolph County, a group of individuals at the Randolph County Housing Authority responded by finding a sustainable and economical solution. The outcome would give folks of all income levels in North Central West Virginia the possibility to attain home ownership, financial stability and to build generational wealth within homes.
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The homebuying journey can be challenging and sometimes unpredictable, but one thing is certain – the homebuying process is different for everyone.
With that said, there are certain factors that can affect anyone’s homebuying process.
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The HomeOwnership Center is proud to be a participating organization in the West Virginia Homeowners Rescue Program, a new program from the West Virginia Housing Development Fund utilizing federal rescue funds to assist homeowners who have been financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The program is designed to help folks who are delinquent on their mortgage, need assistance with paying utilities and/or paying property taxes.
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At the HomeOwnership Center, we offer loan products that fit all income level in eight counties – Upshur County, Randolph County, Lewis County, Barbour County, Tucker County, Webster County, Pocahontas County, and Pendleton County.
We strive to get you into your dream home at a rate that fits your financial situation.
We’ve helped several customers reach the dream of home ownership by partnering with Highland Meadows, a community created “to bring quality, convenience and natural outdoor appeal together in one affordable place.”
We chatted with Heather Croson, who manages sales and development at Highland Meadows, to learn more about the neighborhood and how HOC can help more folks looking for their dream home in Highland Meadows.
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The HomeOwnership Center is excited to welcome Upshur County native Graham Godwin to its Board of Directors. Godwin assumed the position of executive director for the Randolph County Housing Authority (RCHA) in January of this year after longtime executive director Karen Jacobson stepped down from her role.
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