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  • Port Jefferson Crossing

    < Rental Opportunities Port Jefferson Crossing 1615 Main Street 45 Units ​ Port Jefferson, NY, 11777 Affordable Housing ​ Application Contact Us Application Contact Us

  • Septic Replacement Loan Program | How CDLI Can Help

    Home How We Can Help Details To further CDLI's mission of increasing investment in neighborhoods, protecting the assets of homeowners, and protecting the environment, a low-interest rate loan product with zero application fees, and zero closing costs is now available to assist with the installation of a Suffolk County approved septic system replacement! This new loan from CDLI is made available in conjunction with the Suffolk County Septic Improvement Program. Under the Suffolk County Septic Improvement Program, homeowners may apply for a grant from Suffolk County to assist with the cost of replacing outdated and failing septic systems with state-of-the-art nitrogen reducing systems designed to reverse decades of damaging nitrogen pollution of ground and surface waters. CDLI will then make its low interest loan available, if the homeowner is in need of additional funds to cover the costs of installing the new system. These loans are made available with NO application fees and NO closing costs. The purpose of the loan is to provide “gap” funds to finance the difference between the Suffolk County grant and the contract amount needed to install the replacement septic system. Loan amounts cannot exceed $10,000. Remember: The purpose of the loan is to provide gap funds to finance the difference between the grant provided by Suffolk County and the contract amount needed to install the septic replacement system (up to $10,000). Requirements 1. Apply for Suffolk County Grant If you have not already, apply for the Suffolk County grant APPLY HERE 2. Suffolk County Grant Certificate Obtain a Suffolk County Grant Certificate indicating the amount of your Suffolk County grant. 3. Check if you are pre-qualified To assist in installer selection, you may want to be pre-qualified. APPLY HERE 4. Determine Final Installation Cost Obtaining an engineer’s report to determine appropriate system Interviewing installers and obtain a quote Filing all applicable permits and determine all associated costs Contact us if you need help 5. Determine Eligible Loan Amount Final Installation Cost minus the amount of the Suffolk County Grant equals the Eligible Loan Amount (up to a maximum of $10,000) Apply for the Septic Replacement Loan Once you've completed steps 1 through 5 apply for the loan. You can always contact us for help. Contact Info Phone: (631) 471-1215 ext. 1510 or 1930 Email: homeloan@cdcli.org Disclosure We are a nonprofit exempt mortgage banker. Loans are arranged through third-party vendors. CDLI Funding Corporation is a Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity lender. Take Action Apply for Suffolk County Grant Apply Septic Replacement Loan Program A low-interest rate loan to update failing septic systems.

  • The North District Lofts

    < Rental Opportunities The North District Lofts 57 Park Ave. 90 Units (631) 904-0913 Bay Shore, NY 11706 Affordable Housing northdistrictlofts@cdcli.org Application Contact Us North District Lofts First-come, first served/ on-line application Affordable Rental Housing Program Guidelines THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS THE NORTH DISTRICT LOFTS PROGRAM GUIDELINES. PLEASE READ THIS DOCUMENT CAREFULLY AS THE GUIDELINES SET FORTH WILL BE WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED. Community Development Long Island (CDLI), in partnership with Park Avenue Bay Shore, LLC (Owner/Manager), is pleased to announce that it is accepting applications to establish a list of potential applicants for 18 newly constructed affordable rental units located within North District Lofts. CDLI staff is available to assist with any questions you may have on the program and the application process. Please feel free to call (631)904-0913 or email at northdistrictlofts@cdcli.org . Applications will be processed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Applications will be available ONLY online at www.cdli.org . DO NOT deliver applications in any other manner such as by mail or hand-delivery as they will NOT be accepted. North District Lofts North District Lofts is a 90-unit rental development located at 57 Park Avenue, Bay Shore, New York. Eighteen (18) of the units are designated to be affordable units within the income and rent parameters set forth below. North District Lofts consists of one 4-story elevator building with onsite covered parking available for an additional fee. Each unit comes equipped with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, central heat and air and in unit washer/dryers. Community amenities include a roof terrace, grills and lounge space for residents. Income and Rent Restrictions In accordance with the requirements of the Town of Islip Town Board, the eighteen (18) affordable units will be initially leased to households with incomes at or below 80% of the HUD Area Median Income for Suffolk County as adjusted for family size. Maximum income and rent limits for studio units will be based on family size of 1, one bedroom units will be based on family size 2, and two bedroom units will be based on family size of 3 in accordance with Town requirements. At annual recertification, the maximum allowable income shall not exceed 100% of the then applicable HUD Area Median Income for Suffolk County as adjusted for family size. Approved rental assistance subsidy will be counted toward minimum income. Income requirements shall be adjusted annually based on HUD Published Area Median Income Limitsfor Nassau/Suffolk County. Minimum Income Guidelines do not apply to those applicants with an approved rental subsidy. Based on the above, the initial maximum and minimum income limits and rents for the 18 affordable units at North District Lofts are as follows: * Minimum Income Guidelines do not apply to those applicants with an approved rental subsidy. **Includes utility allowance calculated using TOI PHA utility schedule. Not including any mandatory or optional charges for other services. ***Three of the 1 Bedroom apartments will be reserved for use by individuals referred by Autism Communities. Utilities Tenants are required to pay utilities as follows: Heat - Electric Cooking - Electric Air-conditioning - Electric Hot water - Electric Electric Cable Internet Telephone Initial Tenant Selection Procedures General Process Eligibility for a unit involves three steps: (1) Timely submission of a completed Application; (2) Timely submission of additional information required necessary to assess preliminary program eligibility for tenancy including income, tax returns, and related documentation; and (3) Final review by the Owner/Manager for tenancy including credit checks, backgrounds checks, employment and leasing history. Step One – Submission of Waitlist Application Applications will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis and may only be submitted on-line, beginning 9:00am on January 28, 2022. DO NOT deliver applications in any other manner such as by mail or hand-delivery as they will NOT be accepted. To submit the electronic application, go to CDLI’s website at www.cdli.org and click on the link for North District Lofts Application. Applicants will be placed on a wait list in the order in which their application is received. Applications will be automatically dated and time stamped for submission and included in a database. Applicants will be notified of their waitlist rank number by CDLI. CDLI will contact applicants in ranked order to determine formal eligibility for a unit. Inclusion on the Waitlist represents only the first step for initial compliance and does not guarantee preliminary approval or eligibility for a unit. Step Two – Preliminary Eligibility Review As applicant’s names are reached on the Waitlist, CDLI will contact applicants in ranked order, by email, if available, or by phone. If an applicant remains interested, the applicant will be asked to submit required documentation that will include (1) last 2 years of federal income tax returns, W-2 and/or 1099 form; (2) four most recent consecutive pay stubs; (3) three most recent consecutive monthly bank statements for all bank accounts and investment accounts. The applicant will have 5 business days to provide the fully completed Formal Rental Application together with all supporting documentation. If the foregoing is not received by CDLI within such time period, the applicant will be ineligible and a letter will be sent confirming same. The applicant will also be required to provide certain consents in order to permit CDLI to verify income submissions and employment. Income will include all gross income, including, but not limited to, income from full and part time employment, overtime, bonuses, tips, pensions, social security, 401k and IRA distributions, child support, alimony, and severance pay. ALL sources of income are included and will be annualized for the upcoming 12-month period. Total income minus allowable exclusions, if any, cannot exceed the maximum income limits. Once a full review of the Formal Rental Application has been completed, the applicant will be notified by email, if available, or by regular mail of their status. If the applicant is deemed eligible, they will be provided with a link to complete the full rental application. A $20 application fee is required and may be payable by credit card. Upon submission of a complete full rental application and application fee, the Owner/Manager will complete a final review and assessment pursuant to Step 3 below. Step Three – Tenant Suitability Screening The third step in the process is for the Owner/Manager to conduct a final eligibility review for those applicants deemed preliminarily eligible pursuant to Step 2 above. As applicants are deemed eligible pursuant to Step 2 above, they will be provided with a link to complete the full rental application including upload of bank statements, pay stubs and photo ID. A $20 application fee is required to be paid by credit or debit card online. Owner/Manager eligibility review will involve assessing the applicant’s suitability for tenancy through employment verification, leasing history, creditworthiness, and criminal background checks utilizing a reputable company and adhering to the Fair Credit Reporting Act. A personal interview will also be conducted by the Owner/Manager. Applicants will also be required to show that they are able to provide first month’s rent and a security deposit. Applicants who are successfully screened will be offered the opportunity to enter into a written Lease Agreement. Criminal Background Search A criminal background check will be conducted. There are two mandatory reasons why an applicant WILL be denied tenancy based on their criminal background: (1) applicant or any member of the household has been convicted for methamphetamine production; or (2) applicant or any member of the household is a lifetime registrant on a State or Federal Sex Offender database. In addition, Owner/Manager will assess applicants with criminal convictions and pending arrests for offenses that (1) involved physical danger or violence to persons or property or (2) that adversely affected the health, safety and welfare of other people. These categories of crimes are relevant because they relate to the behavior expected of a tenant, who is to live peaceably alongside other tenants and to respect their property. An individualized assessment will be conducted and a determination made which may result in an applicant being denied. Credit History A credit report will be obtained on each applicant. Applicant must have a satisfactory credit history of meeting financial obligations, including timely payment of rent. Applicants cannot have been late on rental payments in the last 12 months. Outstanding judgements, collections, a history of late payments, and criminal history may be a cause for ineligibility. A minimum credit score of 650 is required. Credit history, outstanding judgements, collections, a history of late payments, and criminal history are reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Appeals Owner/Manager will provide written notice to an applicant who is rejected on the basis of any of the above screening criteria. The applicant will have five business days to submit a written appeal to the Owner/Manager. The appeal will be reviewed by a member of the Owner/Manager staff not involved in the initial review and rejection and such party will provide a final written determination within ten days of receipt of the applicant’s written appeal. Annual Income Recertification. Tenants will be recertified annually in accordance with the guidelines established for affordability. Tenants will be provided with an affordable unit recertification checklist and acknowledgement at time of lease up which details income recertification requirements. At annual recertification, the maximum allowable income shall not exceed 100% of the then applicable 80% of HUD Area Median income for Suffolk County as adjusted for family size. If tenant income exceeds maximum income required for the affordable units, the tenant may continue to occupy the unit but rent will be adjusted to market rent. In the event a unit previously designated as affordable is converted to market rent, the next available unit will be designated as affordable in conformance with the requirements stated within these Program Guidelines. Affordability Period The affordability restrictions stated above will remain in effect in perpetuity at the discretion of the Town of Islip Town Board. Waitlist The Intake Waitlist will convert to a permanent waitlist once the 18 affordable units are leased-up. When vacancies occur, the first eligible applicant on the waitlist will be contacted to inform him/her that a unit is available at the preferred mode of contact as indicated on the Waitlist Intake Form. Three attempts will be made to inform the applicant before proceeding to the next applicant on the list; all attempts will be documented. If the applicant is no longer interested, the application will be removed from the waitlist with an explanation for the reason for the removal from the waitlist. Interested applicants will have 5 business days to provide a completed Formal Rental Application, together with the required documentation as set forth above in order to conduct income certification, employment verification, creditworthiness, and background checks as described in Step 2 and Step 3 above. Commitment to Fair Housing & Nondiscrimination The Owner/Manager is fully committed to enforcing the spirit and the letter of Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1968 (Federal Fair Housing Law), the Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the New York Human Rights Act, and the Suffolk County Human Rights Act. Neither the Owner/Manager nor any of its affiliates, employees, agents, or brokers will discriminate in the sale, lease, advertisement or financing of housing against any individual or family because of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, disability, gender identity, marital status, sexual orientation, veteran/military status, source of income, or on the basis of any other protected class. Reasonable Accomodations/Modifications For Persons with Disabilities Persons with disabilities are entitled to request a reasonable accommodation in rules, policies, practices or services, or to request a reasonable modification in the housing, when such accommodations or modifications may be necessary to afford such persons an equal opportunity to use and enjoy the housing. Reasonable accommodations will be offered to all disabled persons who request accommodations due to disability at any time during the application, resident selection and leasing process. Compliance with the Violence Against Women Act (“VAWA”) As applicable, Owner/Manager will adhere to the VAWA final rule that prohibits denial of tenancy or eviction as a result of an incident of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking that is reported and confirmed. Additional Terms Applicants are advised that the Owner/Manager maintains Policies and Procedures governing the complex and its tenants. Owner /Manager Park Avenue Bay Shore, LLC Telephone Number: 631-666-4040 Affirmative Fair Housing Marketing Contact Community Development Long Island .1660 Walt Whitman Road Melville, NY 11747 Contact Person: Jeanmarie Buffett Telephone Number: (631) 904-0913 Email Address: northdistrictlofts@cdcli.org Application Contact Us

  • Rent-To-Own Program | How CDLI Can Help

    Home How We Can Help Details CDLI Housing Development Fund Corporation (“CDLI Housing”) offers a Rent-to-Own Program to help Long Islanders accomplish homeownership. Under this program, we acquire and renovate single family dwellings to high quality standards, including energy efficient and green measures. The properties are offered for rental to Long Islanders who have committed to accomplishing homeownership within the next three years. To achieve homeownership, tenants are required to participate in our Homeownership Center’s Financial Fitness Health and Wealth Program as well as complete a Homebuyer Education course. These programs are designed to assist participants in improving their credit rating, building their savings, and becoming eligible for mortgage financing. There are currently no homes available under this program, check back regularly for updates. Contact Info Phone: (631) 471-1215 ext 1580 Email: homeownershipcenter@cdcli.org Disclosure We are a nonprofit exempt mortgage banker. Loans are arranged through third-party vendors. CDLI Funding Corporation is a Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity lender. Take Action Contact us! Contact Us Rent-To-Own Program Helping Long Islanders to accomplish homeownership.

  • Foreclosure Intervention | How CDLI Can Help

    Home How We Can Help Details At CDLI, we are passionate about keeping people in the homes that they have worked so hard to get. The Foreclosure Intervention program is a free program specifically for those who are going through mortgage challenges. A potential foreclosure can happen to anyone, often due to forces out of their control, such as: Loss of a job Unexpected medical expenses Divorce Condo or co-op assessment Tax increase Mortgage rate adjustment Here’s the key: the sooner you come to see us, the better. Our HUD-certified housing counselors can help you navigate the complexities involved with the foreclosure process. There are a wide range of options available to homeowners, including: Creating a personalized action plan Legal referrals for pro bono help CDLI communicating with your lender on your behalf Mortgage modifications for eligible customers Transition options Financial coaching for budgeting and debt issues Our housing counselors explain the process in more detail in the video below:: The Foreclosure Intervention program is available for free at no cost to the homeowner. It is sponsored through the New York State Homeowner Protection Program, which is from the Office of the Attorney General. At CDLI, our housing counselors are on your side so you do not have to navigate this complicated process by yourself. You have an advocate in your corner. Requirements: Have a mortgage Have either an anticipation that you'll fall behind on your mortgage or Actually be behind on your mortgage payment Create Your Account If you are ready to jump into your education, create an account to view our programs and register for classes. Create Your Account Here. Contact Info Phone: (631) 471-1215 ext. 1580 Email: homeownershipcenter@cdcli.org Disclosure We are a nonprofit exempt mortgage banker. Loans are arranged through third-party vendors. CDLI Funding Corporation is a Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity lender. Take Action Reach out today! Contact Us Foreclosure Intervention Contact CDLI before it's too late.

  • For Contractors | CDLI

    For Contractors Vendor Qualification Form In our efforts to support housing development and housing sustainability, we aim to connect residents of Long Island to licensed and vetted contractors for their home improvement needs. Residents may seek to make basic repairs, up grade an electrical system, have an emergency repair, or remodel their kitchen. MWBEs are highly encouraged to apply. If you are interested in qualifying to bid on contracts, please complete the Contractor Qualification Form, and let's keep Long Island beautiful. Apply Plus One ADU Program Our Plus One Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU) program is an initiative to create and improve ADUs. You can learn more about the program here. ​ If you'd like to partner with us and be a designer/builder/contractor to build ADUs, please contact us: ​ Phone: (631) 364-5646 Email: PlusOneADU@cdcli.org Contact Single & Multi-Family Development Opportunities CDLI has a long history of partnering on single and multi-family development. Municipalities and/or developers interested in discussing such development opportunities should feel free to reach out to discuss further. Contact Us

  • NYS First Time Homebuyer Grant Program | How CDLI Can Help

    Home How We Can Help Details Thank you for your interest in the NYS First Time Homebuyer Grant Program. At this time we are not accepting applications. Please feel free to check back with us in the future for program updates and other programs of interest. A deferred loan for the down payment and post-closing home repairs is available for first-time homebuyers. The goal of this program is to improve the quality of decent, affordable housing for New York and home buyers. Household gross income must be below 120% of the area median income based on family size. The deferred loan/grant can be up to $25,000, $32,500, or $40,000 based on family size and household income, and the number of repairs needed on the subject property. This is a deferred loan, at 0% interest, with no payments required and a term of 10 years, during which time any refinance or transfer of home title will result in the recapture of funds or request from the homeowner for the subordination of the loan if qualified. The home must be used as the primary residence and the homeowner is required to remain in the home for 10 years, or the loan must be paid back. It is required that 51% of the deferred loan amount must be used for post-closing home repairs. All home buyers are required to complete Community Development Long Island (CDLI) NeighborWorks® HomeOwnership Center HUD approved Home Buyer Education class and counseling. The Home Buyer is responsible for obtaining an Engineer’s report and CDLI rehabilitation staff will assist in identifying the repairs, contract with licensed and insured contractors to get the best pricing, and provide project management and oversight. The home being purchased must be located in Nassau or Suffolk County must be a co-op, condominium, single-family, or legal two-family home, and must be owner-occupied. The purchase price cannot exceed $470,000. The deferred loan will be secured with a note and mortgage. The income of all household members is used to determine eligibility. This program is in effect while funding is available. The program may end at any time. Requirements One-month consecutive paystubs (anyone over 18) Three years W-2 forms Proof of any additional income as reported in the application Three years signed Federal tax returns with all schedules Owners of companies must provide corporate tax returns form (1120/ 1120-S, or 1065) with a Year-To-Date Profit & Loss statement Three months of complete asset statements Home Buyer Education Certificate from CDLI (if available) Photo ID for all applicants Documentation for additional grants funds being used for this transaction Contact Info Phone: (631) 471-1215 ext. 1510 or 1930 Email: Homeloan@cdcli.org Disclosure We are a nonprofit exempt mortgage banker. Loans are arranged through third-party vendors. CDLI Funding Corporation is a Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity lender. Take Action At this time we are not accepting applications. Contact Us NYS First Time Homebuyer Grant Program Improving the quality of decent and affordable housing.

  • Gracewood Estates

    < Rental Opportunities Gracewood Estates 1 Gracewood Court 96 Units (631) 904-0913 Islip, NY 11751 Affordable Housing gracewoodestates@cdcli.org Application Contact Us First-come, first-served/Online Application Affordable Rental Housing Program Guidelines THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS THE GRACEWOOD ESTATES PROGRAM GUIDELINES. PLEASE READ THIS DOCUMENT CAREFULLY AS THE GUIDELINES SET FORTH WILL BE WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED. Community Development Long Island, Inc. (CDLI) , in partnership with Gracewood Estates, LLC (Owner/Manager) , is pleased to announce that it is accepting applications to establish a list of potential applicants for 24 newly constructed affordable rental units located within Gracewood Estates. CDLI staff is available to assist with any questions you may have on the program and the application process. Please feel free to call (631)904-0913 or email at gracewoodestates@CDLI.org . Applications will be processed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Applications will be available ONLY online at cdli.org (This Page) beginning 9AM December 11, 2023. DO NOT deliver applications in any other manner such as by mail or hand-delivery as they will NOT be accepted. Gracewood Estates Gracewood Estates is a 96-unit rental development located off of Spur Drive South in Islip. Twenty four (24) of the units are designated to be affordable units within the income and rent parameters set forth below. Gracewood Estates is designed with a Hampton-style architecture surrounded by 8+ acres of green space including a landscaped driveway entrance, courtyard with central gazebo, manicured gardens, and specimen trees. Gracewood Estates is an ideal option for Long Island residents looking to downsize and stay in close proximity to the south shore as well as be a part of Islip’s cooperative local community. Income and Rent Restrictions In accordance with the requirements of the Town of Islip Town Board, the twenty four (24) affordable units will be initially leased to households with incomes at or below 80% of the HUD Area Median Income for Suffolk County as adjusted for family size. Maximum income and rent limits for one bedroom units will be based on family size 2, and two bedroom units will be based on family size of 3 in accordance with Town requirements. At annual recertification, the maximum allowable income shall not exceed 100% of the then applicable HUD Area Median Income for Suffolk County as adjusted for family size. Approved rental assistance subsidy will be counted toward minimum income. Income requirements shall be adjusted annually based on HUD Published Area Median Income Limits for Nassau/Suffolk County. Minimum Income Guidelines do not apply to those applicants with an approved rental subsidy. Based on the above, the initial maximum and minimum income limits and rents for the 24 affordable units at Gracewood Estates are as follows: * Minimum Income Guidelines do not apply to those applicants with an approved rental subsidy. **Includes utility allowance calculated using TOI PHA utility schedule. Not including any mandatory or optional charges for other services. Utilities Tenants are required to pay utilities as follows: Heat – Natural Gas Cooking – Natural Gas Air-conditioning Hot water – Electric Electric Cable Internet Telephone Initial Tenant Selection Procedures General process Eligibility for a unit involves three steps: (1) Timely submission of a completed Application; (2) Timely submission of additional information required necessary to assess preliminary program eligibility for tenancy including income, tax returns, and related documentation; and (3) Final review by the Owner/Manager for tenancy including credit checks, backgrounds checks, employment and leasing history. Step One – Submission of Wait List Application Applications will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis and may only be submitted on-line, beginning 9AM December 11, 2023. DO NOT deliver applications in any other manner such as by mail or hand-delivery as they will NOT be accepted. To submit the electronic application, go to CDLI’s website at www.CDLI.org beginning 9AM December 11, 2023 and click on the link for Gracewood Estates Application. Applicants will be placed on a wait list in the order in which their application is received. Applications will be automatically dated and time stamped for submission and included in a database. Applicants will be notified of their waitlist rank number by CDLI. CDLI will contact applicants in ranked order to determine formal eligibility for a unit. Inclusion on the Waitlist represents only the first step for initial compliance and does not guarantee preliminary approval or eligibility for a unit. Step Two – Preliminary Eligibility Review As applicant’s names are reached on the Waitlist, CDLI will contact applicants in ranked order, by email, if available, or by phone. If an applicant remains interested, the applicant will be asked to submit required documentation that will include (1) last 2 years of federal income tax returns, W-2 and/or 1099 form; (2) four most recent consecutive pay stubs; (3) three most recent consecutive monthly bank statements for all bank accounts and investment accounts. The applicant will have 5 business days to provide the fully completed Formal Rental Application together with all supporting documentation. If the foregoing is not received by CDLI within such time period, the applicant will be ineligible and a letter will be sent confirming same. The applicant will also be required to provide certain consents in order to permit CDLI to verify income submissions and employment. Income will include all gross income, including, but not limited to, income from full and part time employment, overtime, bonuses, tips, pensions, social security, 401k and IRA distributions, child support, alimony, and severance pay. ALL sources of income are included and will be annualized for the upcoming 12 month period. Total income minus allowable exclusions, if any, cannot exceed the maximum income limits. Once a full review of the Formal Rental Application has been completed, the applicant will be notified by email, if available, or by regular mail of their status. If the applicant is deemed eligible, they will be provided with a link to complete the full rental application. A $20 application fee is required and may be payable by credit card. Upon submission of a complete full rental application and application fee, the Owner/Manager will complete a final review and assessment pursuant to Step 3 below. The process set forth in Step 2 will continue until applicants for all 24 of the affordable units have executed a Lease Agreement with the Owner/Manager as described in Step 3 below. Step Three – Tenant Suitability Screening The third step in the process is for the Owner/Manager to conduct a final eligibility review for those applicants deemed preliminarily eligible pursuant to Step 2 above. As applicants are deemed eligible pursuant to Step 2 above, they will be provided with a link to complete the full rental application including upload of bank statements, pay stubs and photo ID. A $20 application fee is required to be paid by credit or debit card online. Owner/Manager eligibility review will involve assessing the applicant’s suitability for tenancy through employment verification, leasing history, creditworthiness, financial history and criminal background checks utilizing a reputable company and adhering to the Fair Credit Reporting Act. A personal interview will also be conducted by the Owner/Manager. Applicants will also be required to show that they are able to provide first month’s rent and a security deposit. Applicants who are successfully screened will be offered the opportunity to enter into a written Lease Agreement. Annual Income Recertification. Tenants will be recertified annually in accordance with the guidelines established for affordability. Tenants will be provided with an affordable unit recertification checklist and acknowledgement at time of lease up which details income recertification requirements. At annual recertification, the maximum allowable income shall not exceed 100% of the then applicable 80% of HUD Area Median income for Suffolk County as adjusted for family size. If tenant income exceeds maximum income required for the affordable units, the tenant may continue to occupy the unit but rent will be adjusted to market rent. In the event a unit previously designated as affordable is converted to market rent, the next available unit will be designated as affordable in conformance with the requirements stated within these Program Guidelines. Affordability Period The affordability restrictions stated above will remain in effect in perpetuity at the discretion of the Town of Islip Town Board. Waitlist The Intake Waitlist will convert to a permanent waitlist once the 24 affordable units are leased-up. When vacancies occur, the first eligible applicant on the waitlist will be contacted to inform him/her that a unit is available at the preferred mode of contact as indicated on the Waitlist Intake Form. Three attempts will be made to inform the applicant before proceeding to the next applicant on the list; all attempts will be documented. If the applicant is no longer interested, the application will be removed from the waitlist with an explanation for the reason for the removal from the waitlist. Interested applicants will have 5 business days to provide a completed Formal Rental Application, together with the required documentation as set forth above in order to conduct income certification, employment verification, creditworthiness, and background checks as described in Step 2 and Step 3 above. Commitment to Fair Housing & Nondiscrimination The Owner/Manager is fully committed to enforcing the spirit and the letter of Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1968 (Federal Fair Housing Law), the Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the New York Human Rights Act, and the Suffolk County Human Rights Act. Neither the Owner/Manager nor any of its affiliates, employees, agents, or brokers will discriminate in the sale, lease, advertisement or financing of housing against any individual or family because of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, disability, gender identity, marital status, sexual orientation, veteran/military status, source of income, or on the basis of any other protected class Reasonable Accommodations/Modifications for Persons with Disabilities Persons with disabilities are entitled to request a reasonable accommodation in rules, policies, practices or services, or to request a reasonable modification in the housing, when such accommodations or modifications may be necessary to afford such persons an equal opportunity to use and enjoy the housing. Reasonable accommodations will be offered to all disabled persons who request accommodations due to disability at any time during the application, resident selection and leasing process. Compliance with the Violence Against Women Act (“VAWA”) As applicable, Owner/Manager will adhere to the VAWA final rule that prohibits denial of tenancy or eviction as a result of an incident of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking that is reported and confirmed. Additional Terms Applicants are advised that the Owner/Manager maintains Policies and Procedures governing the complex and its tenants. Affirmative Fair Housing Marketing Contact Community Development Corporation of Long Island, Inc. 1660 Walt Whitman Road, Suite 130 Melville, NY 11747 Contact Person: Donna Schrimpe Telephone Number: (631) 904-0913 Email Address: gracewoodestates@CDLI.org Application Contact Us

  • Conifer Village

    < Rental Opportunities Conifer Village 1 Brookwood Lane 174 Units ​ East Patchogue, NY 11772 Senior Housing ​ Application Contact Us Application Contact Us

  • Weatherization Assistance Program | How CDLI Can Help

    Home How We Can Help Details The Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) assists families and individuals by reducing their heating/cooling costs and improving the safety of their homes through energy efficiency measures. Owners/landlords of buildings occupied by low-income households are also encouraged to apply for assistance for their buildings. Participants who reside in a rental unit, please call our office to obtain a copy of the Landlord Preliminary Agreement for your landlord to fill out and sign. Program services are delivered through New York State Homes and Community Renewal’s statewide network of local service providers. CDLI is the provider of weatherization services for Nassau and Suffolk Counties. Funds are made available through the U.S. Department of Energy and U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. Funds are available for approximately 400 homes each year. Applications are addressed on a first-come, first-served basis. If an application is incomplete or determined to be ineligible, you will be notified within 48 hours. Typical repairs may include but are not limited to: Weatherstripping & Caulking Attic & Wall Insulation Heating System Improvements or Replacement Energy Efficient Lighting Energy Efficient Refrigeration Hot Water Tank & Pipe Insulation Smoke Detectors & CO Detectors Window Repairs or Replacement Exterior Door Repairs or Replacement Other Minor Repairs That Improve Energy Efficiency English Application: CDLI_WAP_Application_English .pdf Download PDF • 1.32MB Spanish Application: CDLI_WAP_Application_Spanish .pdf Download PDF • 1.28MB Contact Info Phone: (631) 471-1215 ext. 1550 Email: weatherization@cdcli.org Disclosure All repairs are determined after a comprehensive energy audit has been completed by one of CDLI’s BPI-certified Building Analysts. None of the above repairs are guaranteed. All services are provided without charge or obligation to the occupant of the home. However, owners of rental buildings are required to invest funds toward the cost of the Weatherization services. Take Action Contact us before applying. Contact Us Weatherization Assistance Program Energy efficiency measures that reduce costs and improve safety.

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