Homebuying in Clifton Forge for a Good Cause

With the housing market continuing to soar to new heights, the cost of purchasing a home has become incredibly daunting. In Clifton Forge, however, TAP has a golden opportunity for first-time homebuyers that won’t last long.

This beautiful three-bedroom home is located within walking distance of Clifton Forge’s beautiful and historic downtown. The newly-renovated property at 421 Keswick Street in Clifton Forge is available for purchase by low- to moderate-income buyers. Recent upgrades include the front and back porches, kitchen, and bathroom plumbing, as well as touch-ups throughout. The property is listed for $87,000.

This is a great opportunity for families looking for a beautiful, safe, and affordable place to call home. Special financing is available through Virginia Housing’s SPARC program, which offers a 1% reduction on interest rates.

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This property was purchased and renovated using funding provided through the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD). Any proceeds from the sale will go right back to DHCD, helping more Virginians find and stay in decent housing.

Free first-time homebuyer class on August 28 in Covington

Monty Bowman of Highlands Realty and Associates will host an open house at the property on Saturday, August 28. The same day, TAP Housing Counseling will host a free first-time homebuyer class. It will take place just down the road at the TAP office (118 S. Lexington Ave., Covington, VA 24426) from noon to 1:00 p.m.

Making the dream of homeownership a reality

Buying a home can seem complicated, or even out of reach for many families. In the current climate of high housing prices and economic uncertainty, it’s hard to know where to start. However, TAP hopes that the first-time homebuyer class, we hope we can help you make a confident choice about whether homeownership is right for you. And because the proceeds will fund future housing supports through DCHD, the sale will help other families.

Whoever purchases the 421 Keswick Street property won’t just be taking part in that same dream—they’ll play a small part in helping someone else live the dream too.