This spacious, affordable home is for sale for a first-time homebuyer of low income. Income eligibility requirements below. Purchase assistance is available.
INHS has been awarded $10,000 from United Way of Tompkins County’s 2020-21 Community Care Fund to support its Minor Repair Program.
With the current pandemic wreaking havoc on the economy, access to safe and stable housing has become even more difficult in a time when stable housing is vital. Learn more about the state of affordable housing amid the public health crisis.
View our current programs that are designed to help people purchase their first home, maintain and/or improve their current home with health and safety improvements, or find an apartment.
At a time when community stability in our region is not just a low- to moderate-income issue, INHS is stepping in to help people bridge the economic attainment gap through homeownership.
This program is designed to provide assistance with the cost of adapting homes to meet the needs of those with disabilities enables individuals to continue to safely and comfortably live in their residences and avoid institutional care.