As of February 16, 2016, the NY Rising Rental Properties Program will be closing. No new applications to the program will be accepted after this date. In the near future, the Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery will seek to launch a new Rental Properties Program. The eligibility requirements for this program are forthcoming. Please check back for additional information.
The Rental Properties Program invites applications from owners of storm-damaged rental properties of all types and sizes that were offered for full-time, year-round lease at the time of Superstorm Sandy, Hurricane Irene or Tropical Storm Lee. These properties may include single-family homes, townhouses, apartment buildings, or any other legal dwelling.
To comply with the Uniform Relocation Act, NY Rising provides assistance to tenants required to leave damaged rental properties where NY Rising funded home repairs. If you are a rental tenant who was displaced from your home due to the impact of Superstorm Sandy, Hurricane Irene or Tropical Storm Lee, please call 406-282-3019 or email email@example.com to find out if you are eligible for assistance.
All storm damaged rental properties which are leased on a year-round basis and are located in one of the eligible counties. Seasonal rentals, non-primary residences, and second homes are not eligible.
Yes. However, if your condominium or cooperative is also applying for benefits pertaining to damage to the common elements of the property, you may also be asked to complete a brief “eligibility” or “CM” application.
No, this program does not provide direct benefits to tenants. However, if you are a tenant in a building was damaged by the storm, you can advise your landlord about the program.
No. Please apply under the Co-op/Condo program.
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