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Home Loans below market available for First-Time Homebuyers in Loudoun
On Nov. 6th the Virginia Housing Development Authority (VHDA) has announced Fiscal Year 10 funding allocations under its SPARC program (Sponsoring Partnerships and Revitalizing Communities), a below-market-rate loan program administered by the Loudoun Read More...
New Construction Single Family homes in Loudoun County Virginia from Low $400K-$500K
West Riding- Ryan Homes Specs # Bedrooms # 3-5 Full Baths : 2 Half Baths : 1 Garage : Yes Priced From: the high $300s Sq. Ft From: 1950+ Location: Chantilly, VA 20152 Martins Chase- Lennar Homes Specs # Bedrooms # 4 Full Baths : 2-4 Half Baths : 1 Garage Read More...
New Construction Townhomes in Loudoun County Virginia priced from Low $300K
Courtland Rural Village Towns-NVHomes Specs # Bedrooms # 3 Full Baths : 2 Half Baths : 1 Garage : Yes Style: Townhome Priced From: the low $300s Sq. Ft From: 2,339 Location: Leesburg, VA 20176 Oaklawn: Pulte Homes Specs # Bedrooms # 3 Full Baths : 2 Half Read More...
Senate and House pass tax credit extension for 1st Time Homebuyers!!!
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