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APARTMENT BUILDING WITH STORE FRONT

GREAT INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY! Seven Apartments, One Store Front, and a Garage, This Property has 100% Occupancy, and is an Instant Income Producer! These properties are RARE to find. CALL FOR DETAILS!

MO10014832 – $250,000

Aaron Poling / REALTOR / LONG & FOSTER

976 FOXCROFT AVENUE, MARTINSBURG, WV 25401

M.MARGIE BARTLES BROKER

FOR SALE: FOUR UNIT APARTMENT BUILDING

FOR SALE: 322 Pendleton Drive, Martinsburg, WV 25401

All Brick Apartment Building with Four Two Bedroom One Bath Units. Located near hospital, and I81 in area with low vacancy rates. Paved parking lot. Separately metered Electric. Within the City Limits. These units do not become available often, don’t miss your opportunity!

REDUCED PRICE – 265,000

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Aaron Poling

Long & Foster

976 Foxcroft Avenue

Martinsburg, WV 25401

Direct: 304-283-0214

Office: 304-263-7800

M.Margie Bartles Broker

Bridge Replacement in Berkeley County, WV

I am excited to give this update about two bridge replacements in Berkeley County. The first is on North Tennessee Avenue over Tuscarora Creek. The second is the most significant to this area is the replacing the Van Metre Ford Bridge on Golf Course Road. Van Metre Ford Bridge is one of the oldest bridge’s in West Virginia, and is very unique in its arched stone design. They will build the new bridge upstream and keep the old bridge for foot traffic. Check out the Herald Mail article below or follow the link at the bottom for the full article. Thanks Aaron

 

Work to replace a small North Tennessee Avenue bridge over Tuscarora Creek in Martinsburg is scheduled to begin within the next two weeks, Troy M. White, an area construction engineer for the West Virginia Division of Highways, said Friday.

Highway officials have estimated the bridge replacement would take about three months if the road is completely closed during the work, requiring detours.

North Tennessee Avenue provides a connection from West King Street past War Memorial Park to Berkeley Medical Center.

The new structure, slated to replace one that was built during the Great Depression, meets the criteria to qualify for federal funding, officials have said.

The bridge is on state-maintained county Route 13.

Among other projects, construction of a new Golf Course Road bridge east of Martinsburg in Berkeley County is in the design phase and work to acquire approval for utility relocations continues, White said Friday in an email.

The new bridge will replace one of West Virginia’s oldest spans, the one-lane Van Metre Ford Bridge that was built in 1832, according to state transportation officials.

The new bridge is to be built upstream from the historic one-lane, stone-arch structure, which officials have said is the second oldest in the state.

The bridge spans the creek on what was the old road from Alexandria, Va., to the Warm Springs.

Although the older structure will be closed to vehicles, transportation officials have said it will remain open to foot traffic.

 

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Aaron Poling, REALTOR

Long & Foster

976 Foxcroft Avenue

Martinsburg, WV 25401

304-283-0214

M.Margie Bartles Broker

Market Mend

Here is a very interesting article that came out this week in the Martinsburg Journal. Lots of local experts were consulted and quoted in the article, including myself. Gives a great overview of where the local real estate market came from, is currently, and where it is headed.

 

“In today’s market … it’s still a buyer’s market, but we’re close to a normal market. You always want to strive for a normal market,” said Aaron Poling, president of the Eastern Panhandle Board of Realtors.

 

“The reality for homeowners was that it was confusing. The reason it was confusing was, for homeowners, one of their largest investments is their home. Even though they could sell and make a decent sum of money, it was confusing in that people, as with the stock market, try to time the real estate market,” Bartles said.

 

“I’m a lifer, done it for 35 years, and for someone even like me, and I pride myself on giving consumers the best advice I can so homeowners can make a prudent decision, (and) it was extremely hard to give advice to consumers,” she said.

“There were some tremendous numbers in 2004 to 2007. From 2004 to 2013, there were 40,000 lots put through to sketch plan. 21,000 of those went to preliminary, but out of preliminary, only 12,000 have been final platted, and most of those were during the first four years when (developers) thought stuff was going to happen,” said Mike Thompson, Berkeley County planning director.

 

During the housing bubble, Thompson said average subdivision plots would consist of 300 to 400 units, to all be plotted simultaneously, with infrastructure bonds around $2 million.

 

“One of this area’s selling points has been the price of housing compared to other areas; we’re on the lower side of the scale, especially in Berkeley County. Even though Jefferson County has impact fees, their housing is still affordable compared to Loudoun County and parts of northern Virginia,” Hartley said.

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Aaron Poling

Long & Foster

976 Foxcroft Avenue

Martinsburg, WV 25401

304-283-0214

www.aaronpoling.com

M.Margie Bartles Broker