2017 City of Buffalo Community Partnerships Initiative Network
The following agencies administer the City of Buffalo Owner Occupied Housing Assistance Program. To apply residents should contact the Community Based Housing Agency assigned to administer this program for their council district.
Fillmore District and Lovejoy District
Lt. Col. Matt Urban Center
Buffalo, NY 14212-1456
Old First Ward Community Association
62 Republic Street
Buffalo, NY 14204-2727
Fillmore Leroy Area Residents Inc. (FLARE)
Tri-Main Building, Suite 412
2495 Main Street
Buffalo, NY 14214
Ellicott District and Niagara District
Heart of the City Neighborhoods, Inc.
191 North Street, Suite 1
Buffalo, New York 14201
West Side Neighborhood Housing Services
359 Connecticut Street
Buffalo, NY 14213-2547
University District and Delaware District
University Heights CDA
3242 Main Street
Buffalo, NY 14214-1324
The City of Buffalo Owner Occupied assistance is provided in the form of a low interest loan to all applicants. Loan repayment terms are based upon individual eligibility and are NOT grants.
Eligible rehabilitation activities include and may be limited to one (1) item listed below:
A limited number of applications will be taken to address deteriorated roof conditions for the elderly. In all cases, assistance can only be provided when a residence is in generally good condition, as determined by technical staff assigned to the program. The applicant MUST reside in the home for which they are seeking assistance. Additional requirements apply. This program is designed to provide emergency assistance to owner occupants and is NOT intended to serve as a maintenance program for homeowners.
Eligibility requirements apply. An application will NOT be completed until all supporting documentation is presented. NO EXCEPTIONS. NO Waiting lists are permitted for this program.
Last update: September 29, 2017