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West Virginia Association of REALTORS

2110 Kanawha Boulevard East

Charleston, West Virginia 25311

United States

Company Description

WVAR is offering an "EARLY REGISTRATION" period for the 2014 State Convention which will be held in Charleston, WV. ... more

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Employment History

Executive Director

West Virginia Oil and Natural Gas Association

Affiliations

Board Member
West Virginia Affordable Housing Trust Fund

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Staff – West Virginia Assocation of Realtors

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Raymond I. Joseph has been the Chief Executive Officer of the West Virginia Association of REALTORS® since August 2002. As CEO, he is charged with running the day to day operations of the association, managing staff, providing member services and representing the real estate industry both in the West Virginia Legislature and before the West Virginia Real Estate Commission. He also works with NAR on Capitol Hill. He also administers both WVARPAC and The West Virginia Homeowners Alliance, a 527 Independent expenditure organization.


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Raymond Joseph West Virginia Association of REALTORS® evp@wvrealtors.com 304.342.7600


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Raymond Joseph, EVP - Legislative Update

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Raymond Joseph, Executive Vice President - West Virginia Association of REALTORS, delivers his weekly overview of Legislative matters.


"The funny part about Charleston and ...

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"The funny part about Charleston and the whole state, we don't really reflect national trends," said Ray Joseph, chief executive officer of the West Virginia Association of Realtors.

"We don't face the highs and lows," Joseph said.
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Joseph said West Virginia did not have enough foreclosures to negatively impact the regional market. However, because of the Eastern Panhandle's proximity to the Washington-Baltimore metropolitan area, their market looks more like the national market, he said.
In Charleston, home prices, including distressed homes or homes sold at a discount, increased by 3.2 percent in May 2013 compared to May 2012. In that same time period, homes nationwide, including distressed sales, increased 12.2 percent.
"One of the most positive signs we've seen in Charleston and across the state is lower inventory [of homes for sale]," Joseph said.
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West Virginia ranks in the 85 percent for nationwide homeownership, but Joseph does not think Charleston's market is stagnant. Several older buildings in downtown Charleston were renovated into apartment complexes that Joseph views as being successful. Additionally, new industry in the state is impacting the market.
"The oil and gas has also contributed to the housing boom," Joseph said. "More on the rental side than purchase side."
Oil and gas workers renting or purchasing homes that Joseph has seen are in the middle of the state.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- As real estate markets nationwide continue to show growth and recovery, West Virginia's market remains stable.
"The funny part about Charleston and the whole state, we don't really reflect national trends," said Ray Joseph, chief executive officer of the West Virginia Association of Realtors.
"We don't face the highs and lows," Joseph said.
...
Joseph said West Virginia did not have enough foreclosures to negatively impact the regional market. However, because of the Eastern Panhandle's proximity to the Washington-Baltimore metropolitan area, their market looks more like the national market, he said.
In Charleston, home prices, including distressed homes or homes sold at a discount, increased by 3.2 percent in May 2013 compared to May 2012. In that same time period, homes nationwide, including distressed sales, increased 12.2 percent.
"One of the most positive signs we've seen in Charleston and across the state is lower inventory [of homes for sale]," Joseph said.
...
West Virginia ranks in the 85 percent for nationwide homeownership, but Joseph does not think Charleston's market is stagnant. Several older buildings in downtown Charleston were renovated into apartment complexes that Joseph views as being successful. Additionally, new industry in the state is impacting the market.
"The oil and gas has also contributed to the housing boom," Joseph said. "More on the rental side than purchase side."
Oil and gas workers renting or purchasing homes that Joseph has seen are in the middle of the state.


Real Estate-Programs, Keynotes and Seminars

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Raymond I. Joseph Executive Vice President West Virginia Association of REALTORS

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