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Get to Know Morgantown

2023-01-29T09:13:27-05:00January 29th, 2023|Categories: Buyers, Local Businesses, Monongalia County, Morgantown|Tags: , , , |

Get to know Morgantown. We think that to know Morgantown is to love it and want to live it. There are several ways to learn about Morgantown. Here are a few of our favorites: Downtown Morgantown Walking Tour Downtown Morgantown is a non-profit organization that promotes the "betterment of [...]

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From The Broker’s Desk: Activity and Value both Current and Historic in the Markets

2023-01-27T14:14:46-05:00January 27th, 2023|Categories: Fayette County, Greene County, Harrison County, Investment, Local Businesses, News & Blog|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

From The Broker’s Desk: January 2023 I had the pleasure of presenting to a group of colleagues from two of our local Boards of REALTORS® this week, and there was much discussion on activity and value both current and historic in our markets. As I’m sure most of [...]

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From The Broker’s Desk: A Glance back at 2022 and Predictions into 2023

2022-12-28T09:49:43-05:00December 27th, 2022|Categories: Fayette County, Greene County, Harrison County, Investment, Local Businesses, News & Blog|Tags: , , , , , , , |

From The Broker’s Desk: December 2022 As we close out 2022, I think it’s safe to say this has been one for the record books. I’d like to take a brief look in the rear view, then a bit of a gaze out the windshield to the [...]

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From The Broker’s Desk: Safe to Assume

2022-11-23T16:08:09-05:00November 23rd, 2022|Categories: Fayette County, Greene County, Harrison County, Investment, Local Businesses, News & Blog|Tags: , , , , , |

From The Broker’s Desk: November 2022 Safe to Assume? Did you know that government backed loans such as FHA and VA are assumable? You’re probably wondering just what the heck that means, so allow me to explain. Government secured loans contain a clause allowing a qualified buyer [...]

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From The Broker’s Desk: October 2022

2022-11-01T08:20:24-04:00October 31st, 2022|Categories: Buyers, Fayette County, Greene County, Harrison County, Homebuyers, Investment, Local Businesses, Marion County, Monongalia County, Morgantown, News & Blog, Preston County, Sellers|Tags: , , , , , , |

From The Broker’s Desk: October 2022 The Year is 2022 – NOT 2006 I keep reading headlines alluding that what’s happening in our housing market today is a repeat of the great ‘bubble pop’ of 2006. I’ve also been asked many times over the last couple of [...]

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From The Broker’s Desk: April 2022

2022-04-29T07:24:36-04:00April 29th, 2022|Categories: Buyers, Fayette County, Greene County, Harrison County, Homebuyers, Investment, Local Businesses, Marion County, Monongalia County, Morgantown, News & Blog, Preston County, Sellers|Tags: , , , , , , , |

From The Broker’s Desk: April 2022 I can hardly believe April is coming to an end. It seems just yesterday we were taking down our holiday decorations and grumbling about tax season being upon us again.  The headlines lately have been filled with rising interest rates and [...]

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Historic Morgantown Homes

2022-03-18T15:57:07-04:00March 13th, 2022|Categories: Buyers, Homebuyers, Local Businesses|Tags: , , , |

Morgantown Magazine highlights this historic home in its May 13, 2021 issue. The home, at 324 Cobun Avenue, was built c. 1906. Originally owned by one of Morgantown's most famous citizens, E.C. Wiedebusch, the home was an early adopter of indoor plumbing and heating. It likely gained this modern [...]

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New Ideas for Morgantown’s High Street

2022-03-03T11:49:25-05:00March 1st, 2022|Categories: Buyers, Local Businesses, Monongalia County, News & Blog, Sellers|Tags: , , , |

In a recent article in Morgantown Magazine, author Holly Leleux-Thubron highlights redevelopment ideas for Morgantown's High Street from West Virginia University students. Landscape Architecture Professor Stefania Staniscia tasked seven students to reimagine the part of High Street adjacent to Courthouse Square. Here is what she asked of them: Determine [...]

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Celebrating Black History Month

2022-03-18T15:52:08-04:00February 1st, 2022|Categories: Local Businesses, Marion County, Monongalia County, News & Blog|Tags: , , , , |

February 2021 marks another year celebrating African Americans, both past and present. To honor this month, you’re invited to support black-owned businesses in your area. A fabulous digital magazine founded in 2020 by LaToya Jones highlights black-owned businesses in West Virginia. From Morgantown to Clarksburg to Fairmont, Kingwood and [...]

Skiing in West Virginia!

2022-03-18T15:39:53-04:00January 24th, 2022|Categories: Holiday, Local Businesses, News & Blog|Tags: , , , , |

“West Virginia is the only US state that falls entirely within the vast Appalachian mountain range.” This makes for wondrous views and great hiking trips as well as excellent skiing opportunities. The 4,000ft plus peaks are why West Virginia is heaven for outdoor overs year-round. If you love [...]

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