Erie County Small Business Grant – Depending on your household income and the area where you live, there may be programs that offer lower interest rates or a grant component. No matter what program you apply to, Headquarters is always working to place you in the best program possible.
Submit your completed application form immediately with all supporting documents you have! This allows us to start assisting as soon as possible while we work to submit the rest of the supporting documents.
Erie County Small Business Grant
The Buffalo and Erie Home Improvement Fund provides up to $20,000 in home improvement and repair loans to homeowners in Buffalo and throughout Erie County, New York.
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The Elmira Home Improvement Loan Program is a low-income loan of up to $25,000 for homeowners living in the City of Elmira to make health and safety improvements to their homes. This loan program can be combined with other loans and grants.
The 1% USA Savings Plan Loan for the City of Syracuse is a loan of up to $25,000 available to homeowners in the City of Syracuse who live within eligible census tracts and want exterior home improvements such as siding, roofing, windows, or interior plumbing. and safety improvements such as file replacement. This program was made possible with funding from the federal government’s Savings America Plan through the City of Syracuse.
FlexFund provides up to $20,000 in loans to homeowners across New York to fund home renovations or energy efficiency improvements. There is no limit, income, location or project in this loan program. All CNY Homeowners are welcome to apply.
Thanks to FlexFund’s local bank partners for investing in the headquarters and CNY owners!
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Grants of up to $10,000 are available to Onondaga property owners to make healthy home improvements to their properties, such as addressing asthma triggers; carbon monoxide and smoke detectors; radon, mold, and other environmental hazards; electrical hazards; excessive temperature (heat and AC); Pest Control; and plumbing issues.
Homeowners living in the Lily Dale community in New York City can take advantage of a low-interest loan of up to $25,000 for water connection and other health/safety issues.
Low-income homeowners living in select areas of Onondaga County can use up to $20,000 for exterior or emergency home repairs, with grants of up to $6,000 or 30% of the total loan available. Homeowners or someone in the household must have been affected in some way (loss of job, loss of income/work hours, or other measurable impact) by COVID-19.
The Onondaga County Neighborhood Initiative offers homeowners in Cicero, North Syracuse, Mattydale, East Syracuse, Strathmore, Elmwood, and the North and South Valley up to $10,000 at 1% interest payable over seven (7) years. The loans can be used for exterior home improvement. This program is offered through a partnership between Home’s headquarters and Onondaga County.
State & Local Grant And Aid Programs
The Central Department of the Interior, in partnership with the Outer Comstock Neighborhood Association, is offering up to $10,000 in loans at 1% interest to homeowners in the Outer Comstock neighborhood for home and exterior improvements.
SHARP offers income-eligible Syracuse homeowners grants of up to $1,500-$3,000 for exterior and/or interior home renovations. This program was made possible with funding from the federal government’s Savings America Plan through the City of Syracuse.
*** The SHARP program is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Receipt and/or submission of a SHARP application does not in any way guarantee financing or service. SHARP grants are not secured until closing and may be forfeited if not used during the funding period.
Salina homeowners can take advantage of home improvement loans of up to $15,000 at 1% interest for 7-10 years. Loans can be used to make exterior home improvements such as roof, window, or siding replacement, and/or life/safety/home code repairs such as sewer, foundation, plumbing, furnace, and hot water tanks, or replacement.
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The City of Salina program is a revolving loan fund and only offers a certain number of applications per loan season. If the program is “closed now,” it will reopen once enough money has been paid into the fund for as many homeowners as possible.
The Central Department of Interior, in partnership with Onondaga County Corporation and Empire State Development Corporation, is offering home improvement loans of up to $25,000 with 1% interest payable over 10 years to owners of Solvay and Town of Geddes. The loans can be used for interior and exterior home improvement. Homeowners must pay their property taxes. Solvay and City of Geddes residents with income may also be eligible for a grant of up to $2,500 as part of their loan.
If you are an investor with property in Solvay or Geddes Township, please contact us
Home, in partnership with Southside TNT Beautification Neighborhood, offers a 1% home improvement loan for exterior renovations to Syracuse homeowners who live on the south side of town. Now in a new expanded area!
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The Central Home Office, in partnership with the Tipperary Hill Neighborhood Association, offers Tipperary Hill Home Improvement Loans of up to $10,000 at 3% interest payable over seven (7) years. Loans can only be used for exterior home improvement (no sidewalks) and homeowners must pay their property taxes.
The Central Housing Office, in partnership with the University Neighborhoods Preservation Association, offers homeowners in the Syracuse University neighborhood loans of up to $10,000 at 1% interest for interior and exterior home improvements.
The Emergency Care Program provides loans of up to $25,000 to low-income homeowners who live in eligible census areas. The grant portion (deferred loan) is 50% of the total loan amount. This program was made possible with funding from the federal government’s American Restore Plan through the city of Syracuse.
This program is for emergency and health safety repair: roof leaks, sewer/plumbing, non-functioning furnaces, electrical emergencies, foundation collapses, slopes, priority code violations, and other health/safety issues. The New York Forward Loan Fund (NYFLF) is a new economic recovery loan program designed to support small businesses, nonprofits, and tiny homeowners in New York State as they reopen after the COVID-19 outbreak and NYS in TAVAKK, TAVAKK. It offers five-year working capital loans of up to $100,000 to qualified applicants.
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NYFLF offers working capital loans so that small businesses, nonprofits, and small homeowners can get credit when they reopen. These loans are available to small businesses and nonprofits that have not received the US Small Business Administration’s Payroll Protection Program of more than $500,000 or the COVID-19 Economic Disaster Loan (EIDL) of more than $150,000 and small landowners. . Loans are not forgiven in whole or in part. Loans must be repaid over 5 years with interest.
The proceeds of the loan should be used for working capital, inventory, marketing, updating new social guidelines, operational and emergency maintenance, property taxes, utilities, rent, supplies, and more. Refinancing existing debt is not permitted.
A pre-apply consists of fifteen simple questions and submission of supporting documents to the appropriate lender. This is not a major loan program. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. Please visit the Empire State Development website or review our FAQ for more information about NYFLF.
In response to the economic challenges facing Erie County New York businesses due to the COVID-19 health crisis, the Erie County Industrial Development Agency is offering several economic assistance programs:
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Erie County businesses can apply for a COVID Impact Loan with an interest rate of 1% from $25,000 to $250,000 through the Regional Development Corporation (RDC), the lending arm of ECIDA. No payment is made in the first year and only interest is paid in the second year.
The Erie County Industrial Development Agency (ECIDA) is sponsoring a grant program to offset the cost of personal protective equipment for COVID-19. Small businesses and nonprofits that are located in hard-hit areas (as defined by the US Census) or that are owned by minorities, women, or veterans may be eligible for up to $10,000 in compensation. The cost of purchasing personal protective equipment or installing equipment needed to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Small businesses and nonprofit corporations located in the communities served by IDA Municipality (Amherst | Clarence | Concord | Hamburg | Lancaster) are not eligible to participate in the Erie County IDA COVID-19 Emergency Grant Program. Please contact your local IDA if you reside in one of these communities.
Qualified small businesses and small not-for-profit businesses with fewer than 50 employees located in a hardship area of Erie County, NY that were in operation prior to the emergency (generally within one year) and are financially viable. An act of declaration (March 7, 2020) and can confirm that the company has been adversely affected by the state emergency, is eligible for the grant program.
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The Erie County Industrial Development Agency (ECIDA) is offering a sales tax exemption to qualified Erie County businesses affected by the COVID-19 shutdown. reduction may increase