are always encouraging more good folks to become home-owners in our quiet and diverse neighborhood!
Here are some links from our City of Rochester's web
site that can help prospective home-buyers:
Please contact NCS Community Development Corp www.ncscdc.org to learn more about which homes are currently available, and more about becoming a homeowner!
Here is a link from our City of Rochester's
web site regarding the
2017 Roof Relief Program
for Senior Citizens
Roof Repair Program - Owner Occupants
The City of Rochester is accepting pre-applications for financial assistance for the next phase
of the City's Owner-Occupant Roofing Program from August 28, 2017 and closes on September 28, 2017.
During this phase, the City will only be accepting pre-applications from senior citizen owner-occupants who have not
previously filed a pre-application. Residents may inquire with their Neighborhood Service Center (listed below) to find
out if they are currently on the list of applicants. Grant awards cover the cost of roof replacement and other related
repairs such as gutters, downspouts, roof flashing and minor chimney repair.
A limited number of homeowners will
be selected from each quadrant of the city during a drawing scheduled for noon on Tuesday, October 3, 2017
at Thomas P. Ryan R-Center, 530 Webster Ave. Applicants do not need to be present at the drawing. Selected residents
will be notified.
Interested homeowners may submit a pre-application at their nearest Neighborhood Service
Center. For more information, call your local Neighborhood Service Center.
- Northwest Quadrant Neighborhood
Service Center (585) 428-7620
71 Parkway - First Floor
Rochester, NY 14608
Ronald Penders, Administrator
Quadrant Neighborhood Service Center (585) 428-7660
500 Norton St.
Rochester, NY 14621
- Southwest Quadrant Neighborhood Service Center (585) 428-7630
Rochester, NY 14611
David Hawkes, Administrator
- Southeast Quadrant Neighborhood Service Center
320 N Goodman St. - Suite 209
Rochester, NY 14607
Nancy Johns-Price, Administrator
- Property owner must be a senior citizen, age 62 or older.
owner must own a single-family residential structure located in the city of Rochester and occupy such property as their principal
place of residency. Ownership must be evidenced by a recorded property deed.
- Property owner must sign a Program Agreement
and a Note and Mortgage with the city which requires the owner to live at the property for a period of 3 years after project
completion. The owner cannot sell the property during the compliance period.
- Property owner cannot have received financial
assistance greater than $5,000 through a City housing rehabilitation program in the past 7 years.
- City of Rochester
and Monroe County property taxes must be current or owner must be current with payments under a tax agreement.
cannot be subject to a mortgage or tax foreclosure.
- Household income cannot exceed 80% of the area median income as
per the chart below.
|Household Size ||30%
Income Limit ||80% Income Limit |
Participants must pay a financial contribution toward the project as per the table below. The
amount of the contribution is based on the annual income of the household as per the above income chart.
|% of Area Median Income ||Contribution |
The following was the information for 2018.
(When 2019 info becomes available, we will share it here.)