Application Period Re-Opens for Three Single Family Homes in Kingston

May 11, 2021

SUBMIT QUALIFICATIONS FOR 64 VAN BUREN STREET, 248 MAIN STREET, and 174 HASBROUCK AVENUE THROUGH JULY 10, 2021

images of 3 properties in Kingston

 

The application period for 64 Van Buren, 248 Main, and 174 Hasbrouck has reopened and will close on July 10, 2021. Please note that eligibility requirements and application instructions have changed. We recommend that all potential applicants carefully review the below criteria and instructions and then submit qualification materials here (kclb.org/homes).

We are proud to offer affordable single-family homes in the City of Kingston.

ABOUT THE HOMES:

With the generous support of funders, the Kingston City Land Bank is carefully renovating each interior and exterior detail of each property. This includes new HVAC systems, new bathrooms and kitchens, exterior rehabilitation, and landscaping. At the completion of construction, each home will be move-in ready. Homes are only sold after construction is complete and the homes are ready for occupancy, but you must apply now to be considered to purchase them. We expect the move-in date to be this year for these homes.

For floor plans and specific construction plans for each property, see below.

174 Hasbrouck Information Sheet  Download
248 Main Information Sheet   Download
64 Van Buren Information Sheet   Download

HOME QUALIFICATIONS:

Household size and purchaser income range requirements are as follows. Note income limits are gross household income before taxes and deductions.

 

If you are unsure of your eligibility, we recommend applying and a home counselor will carefully review your specific situation.

HOME PRICES

HOW TO APPLY:

To apply, please submit the form here. Following submission, a home counselor from RUPCO or Hudson River Housing may contact you to submit an application to purchase a home. Successful applicants will then be evaluated by the KCLB Board of Directors, who will select a purchaser for each property.

QUESTIONS OR NEED HELP?

We recommend reviewing our FAQs.

If you still need help, email the KCLB at info@kclb.org or leave us a message at (845) 202-0887.