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Dreamers need to apply…

Did you know there is a program in James City County that can make you a new- home owner with a total cost of only three thousand dollars out of pocket ?

home near new town from $155kDreaming of owning a home?  Come learn about James City County’s First Time Buyer Program open to those 1st time buyers who live or work in JCC or Williamsburg!  It also applies to folks who have not owned a home in the last three years.

You may be eligible if you earn  between $30,000 – $67,999  and have a credit score of 620 or higher with little or no debt.

Down payment and closing cost assistance are available to qualified first-time homebuyers. Home buyers can choose from a a variety of townhomes, condominiums and single-family homes located in the communities of Ironbound Subdivision,  ( across the street from New Town , Braemar Creek , Liberty Crossing and , Williamsburg Village at Norge

imageLearn more about detached homes that start at $155k and are walking distance to New Town

Meet local Williamsburg VA home builder , Wayne Harbin Builder Inc. who has partnered  with James City County to bring affordable homes to the Williamsburg area.

A total of 32 homes will be built in the Ironbound subdivision. All Wayne Harbin homes will be  EARTHCRAFT certified  to ensure an energy-efficient home that will save you money in the years to come. Utility costs are averaging only $70 monthly for some of the current home owners there.

Want to go ?

This FREE seminar will take place on Thursday, September 13th at 6:30 pm in the Liz Moore and Associates‘ Williamsburg office. 5350 Discovery Park Blvd. in New Town.  (Across from the Green Leafe)

Please RSVP to John@MrWilliamsburg.com  to reserve your seat.  Help us spread the word!

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