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Two doctors purchase 53 acres off I-40 for $3.25M

Two doctors purchase 53 acres off I-40 for $3.25M

Two Conway physicians purchased nearly 53 acres of farmland at the corner of Thomas G Wilson Drive and Dave Ward Drive in a $3.25 million transaction.

Maly Farms, Inc. purchased 52.66 acres from the Fabian Dussex Revocable Trust for 3.25 million on Dec. 6, 2013, according to records from the Faulkner County property assessor.

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Four-building retail/restaurant center coming in at old Chevy dealership

Four-building retail/restaurant center coming in at old Chevy dealership

The old Superior Chevrolet property on Oak Street will be redeveloped as a four-building restaurant/retail shopping center. The development model includes a Cheddar’s restaurant, according to the developer, but nothing is "set in stone." 

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Realtor plans to replace adobe-style historic home with single-family residence

Realtor plans to replace adobe-style historic home with single-family residence

The adobe-style home at 1708 Caldwell St. in the Robinson Historic District sold Friday to a real estate agent with plans to replace the historic home with a single-family residence.

Real Estate Agent Reed Weaver of Century 21 Dunaway & Hart, Inc. bought the property for $15,101 with his nephew Colby Swope, after the property foreclosed for $65,279 in November. 

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Planning commission approves new uses for church property

Planning commission approves new uses for church property

Representatives from St. Peter's Episcopal Church appeared before the Conway Planning Commission to request a conditional use permit for their property at 1926 Prince Street.

The commission approved their request unanimously with conditions.

The church plans to use the house on the property for additional meeting space.

A neighbor who shares the driveway with the house at 1926 Prince Street came out in support of the church.

"They have been the model of cooperation," neighbor Steve Lance said of the church.

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Bethlehem House Holiday Tour of Homes at The Village

Bethlehem House Holiday Tour of Homes at The Village

Conway, Ar. - There will be a Preview Party of the Homes at The Village at Hendrix on November 30th from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m and will be $30 to attend. The tours will be held December 1st and 2nd 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. Tickets for this event will be $10 in advance or $15 at the door. You may purchase tickets at any 1st Security Bank, the Kitchen Store, Ye Olde Daisy Shoppe, and The Village Welcome Center. Proceeds will go to the Bethlehem House.

ARA: Housing market bounces back in Arkansas

ARA: Housing market bounces back in Arkansas

Arkansas REALTORS Association Reports Outstanding February
Arkansas Up/Even in Every Tracked Category

IRS offers incentive to first-time homebuyers in Arkansas

IRS offers incentive to first-time homebuyers in Arkansas

The Arkansas Development Finance Authority (ADFA) recently introduced a program that offers a Federal Tax Credit for First-Time-Homebuyers.  It is called the Mortgage Credit Certificate (MCC) Program.  The MCC Program is offered by the Internal Revenue Service to encourage borrowers to buy their first home. 

For borrowers that qualify, if offers them up to a $2,000 Federal tax credit for each year that the house they are buying is used as their principal residence.  To qualify borrowers must be first-time-homebuyers, except in targeted counties; must meet household income limits, which vary by county; and not exceed a purchase price of $225,000.  The MCC is not part of the home financing, but rather an incentive the IRS offers to get first-time-homebuyers to buy a home.