Invest in West Virginia
Earn tax-exempt income while investing in West Virginia
Earn tax-exempt income while investing in West Virginia.
You can invest in a diverse set of projects in West Virginia by buying municipal bonds through Neighborly. Bonds support projects ranging from schools and parks to bridges and highways, all critical to the development of communities and the state.
Past projects funded by West Virginia bonds
West Virginia Turnpike and Parkways
West Virginia's Parkway system is a marvel, considering the kind of terrain the state has to work with. Yet thanks to bond financing, West Virginia's roadways form a well-maintained artery of commerce around mountain peaks, through tunnels, and over bridges.
Conservation and Waterworks
West Virginia's natural resources and natural beauty are some of its most precious aspects. Bond funding helps local governments and municipalities make improvements to their water treatment systems to mitigate water pollution and ensure a clean drinking water supply.
Charleston Civic Center Renovation
The Charleston Civic Center is the premier events center in the region, and has seen a number of historic figures over time. Bond funding has helped the center expand, renovate its facilities, and stay up to date, so it continues to provide top-notch entertainment to West Virginians.
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