The newly updated, affordable home in Ithaca is for sale for a first-time homebuyer of low income. Purchase assistance is available.
INHS has funds available through the Affordable Housing Corporation (AHC) to support low- to moderate-income homeowners of any age make significant repairs and upgrades to their homes.
The CHT is moving into a new era in 2020. Celebrating a decade of work, the homeownership program has grown to include 56 single family and townhouse units, and now it has its first program-specific staff.
Two future INHS development projects received $300,000 each from the Community Housing Development Fund recently, including 320 Buffalo in the City of Ithaca, and Village Grove in the Village of Trumansburg.
The mission and work of INHS is made possible by our community! We want to thank you by sharing stories of gratitude on this year’s Giving Tuesday.
INHS was awarded two HOME Local grants that will allow the nonprofit to expand its homeownership program by 34 households throughout Schuyler, Seneca, Tioga, and Tompkins Counties.