If this is your first time buying a home, the HomeOwnership Center at Home HeadQuarters is here to help! The HomeOwnership Center offers first time home buyer classes, credit counseling and financial capabilities training so you can make your best investment. For more information on classes and counseling, visit www.homehq.org/education-and-counseling/ or call (315) 474-1939 x6683.
NeighborWorks America creates opportunities for people to live in affordable homes, improve their lives and strengthen their communities. Home HeadQuarters is a NeighborWorks America Chartered Member.
The Greater Syracuse Land Bank
The Greater Syracuse Property Development Corporation (Land Bank) reclaims tax-delinquent properties in order to put them back on the market and get them back in the tax rolls. These homes may provide great opportunities for home buyers. With a little work, a Land Bank property may be an exciting investment for you! To learn more about a Land Bank property contact a CNY Affordable Realty Salesperson.
The City of Syracuse Department of Neighborhood & Business Development
The Department of Neighborhood and Business Development works to preserve and enhance Syracuse neighborhoods and commercial centers by administering federal, state and local funding programs, engaging with and providing support to encourage residential development and economic growth and leveraging resources to create thriving neighborhoods, communities and business districts throughout the city of Syracuse.
Homsite is a non-profit community development agency located at 60 Clark Street in Auburn, New York and serves all of Cayuga County. Homsite provides housing and community development services specifically to assist low- and moderate-income persons and improve neighborhoods. For more information call (315) 253.8451 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
CNY Fair Housing
CNY Fair Housing is a private, non-profit organization working to eliminate housing discrimination, promote open communities, and ensure equal access to housing opportunity for all people in Central and Northern New York. Based in Syracuse, New York, CNY Fair Housing serves a broad geographic area of Central and Northern New York that includes Onondaga, Oneida, Cayuga, Oswego, Jefferson and St. Lawrence counties.