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Where available in West Virginia, we give you access to the local MLS (Multiple Listing Service) which is the most complete source for homes for sale listings.


Major West Virginia Metro Areas

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Beckley Area Morgantown Area
Bluefield Area Oak Hill Area
Charleston Area Parkersburg-Marietta-Vienna Area
Clarksburg Area Point Pleasant Area
Cumberland Area Washington-Arlington-Alexandria Area
Fairmont Area Weirton-Steubenville Area
Hagerstown-Martinsburg Area Wheeling Area
Huntington-Ashland Area Winchester Area


Other West Virginia Cities

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Alderson Hinton Peterstown
Allen Junction Horner Philippi
Arnoldsburg Hundred Pineville
Belington Kenna Rainelle
Buckhannon Kopperston Ravenswood
Burton Lahmansville Renick
Cass Lewisburg Ronceverte
Cottageville Logan Rupert
Craigsville Lost City Snowshoe
Davin Lynco Spencer
Davis Mallory Talcott
Elkins Marlinton Thomas
Ellamore Mathias Walton
Friendly Moorefield Wardensville
Gary New Martinsville Weston
Grantsville Newton White Sulphur Springs
Hendricks Petersburg Williamsburg


West Virginia Quick Statistics
 
Population: 1,812,040 (Ranked 37th)
Largest West Virginia Cities:
Charleston (Capital): 53,430
Huntington: 48,990
Parkersburg: 31,620
 
Notable Areas:
 
Charleston
The capital and largest city in West Virginia, Charleston is located at the confluence of the Elk and Kanawha Rivers, and is the county seat of Kanawha County. Charleston was famous for its salt and its first natural gas well. Coal played an important role in the city’s economic growth.   The city contains the Kanawha State Forest, a large public state park.
 
Huntington:
Huntington is a city in Cabell and Wayne counties, along the Ohio River. It is part of the Huntington-Ashland metropolitan area and is the county seat of Cabell County.
 
Parkersburg:
Located at the confluence of the Ohio and Little Kanawha Rivers, Parkersburg is the county seat of Wood County and is the largest city in the Parkersburg-Marietta-Vienna metropolitan area. The Bureau of Public Debt, a U.S Treasury Department’s agency is headquartered in Parkersburg.
 
 
West Virginia Real Estate Market Snapshot
Housing Units (2007): 882,685
Households (2000): 736,481
Home Ownership Rate (2000): 75.2%
 
Average West Virginia Home Sales Price: $188,807
 
Charleston Home Value Index: $115,911
Huntington Home Value Index: $59,582
Parkersburg Home Value Index: $103,609
 
West Virginia Income (2007)
Median Household: $37,057
Median Family: $52,292
 
Education:
West Virginia University (WVU): includes 4 public universities
Marshall University: includes 2 universities
Other Notable private Universities: University of Charleston, Ohio Valley University, American Military University, West Virginia Wesleyan College
 
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