Joplin Maps for Zoning, Flood Plains and More

Forget all the other blogs that I have written about Joplin zoning maps. (The map seem to be changed often!)  This is the latest  link that will take you to a map that will not only tell you about the zoning in Joplin,  but street and utility information also.

But, my favorite map for information about the area is on the  Beacon website.   You can pay for membership to Beacon but there is plenty of information even if you are not a member. This website has maps  that give you information about Jasper County.

You can find out if property is in a flood zone,  who is the  owner of  a piece of land, zoning in Carthage,  historic districts, path of the Joplin tornado and much more.

If you wish to become a Beacon member there is even more information.

Of course the best way to find out about a piece of property is to ask a realtor.  Give me a call for information about any property.  I am happy to help. 417-825-1042

 

 

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JHAP Funds Are Running Out

JHAP, Joplin Homebuyers Assistance Program, announced this week that funds for this enormously popular loan program that can give buyers up to $30000 for the purchase of a home are running out.

There are 50 spots left but 25 people have already made appointments. After that people can go on a waiting list until the funds are gone.

To qualify for this program, you must meet income requirements, be eligible for a home loan, and purchase a home that meets the JHAP guidelines.

So act fast and give me a call to find out more about how you can use this program to purchase a purchase a home.

 

JHAP Homes Sell Fast

Do you live in the area of Joplin that was hit by the Tornado in May 2011? If you live in this area and are thinking of selling your home, now is the time.

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The homes that I have listed in this area have gone under contract in less than 2 weeks! And the reason is the Joplin Home Buying Assistance Program or JHAP program that is available to buyers.

JHAP can provide the buyer with up to 20% of the home cost. The buyer must qualify for this program. The home must be in the JHAP area and pass inspection. This program makes a home in that area extremely attractive to many buyers because it provides them with free money.

This program is available until the money runs out. So if you have thought about selling now is a great time to sell fast and get the most for your money. I would be happy to  provide more information.