Whether you are a first-time homebuyer, a renter dreaming of homeownership, or a homeowner in need of home maintenance assistance and training, CDC can help. We offer grants, loans, training and other assistance to help you gain financial independence and to achieve your dreams. We have several programs to suit your needs.
The Housing Choice Voucher program provides rental assistance to low-income families through Federal funds.
CDC is dedicated to increasing affordable housing opportunities throughout Long Island that meet each community’s needs. Wherever there is opportunity and community support, CDC works with residents, government officials, community leaders and other partners to accomplish affordable housing development.
The Lending Department offers a variety of loan products for small businesses that are unable to qualify for bank financing. Businesses that can demonstrate professionalism, satisfactory credit, and positive cash flow, but may not have profit levels necessary for conventional banking, meet CDC's general qualifications.
CDC administers the Long Island Green Homes and Buildings Consortium which includes the Towns of Babylon, Brookhaven, Huntington, Islip, North Hempstead, Smithtown and Southampton, the Sustainability Institute at Molloy College, Nassau and Suffolk Counties, NYSERDA, LIPA and National Grid. The Consortium is raising homeowner awareness of opportunities to save energy.
The Home Improvement Program helps lower income home owners to make repairs to their homes. The Program is funded by the New York State Affordable Housing Corporation and the Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation. Grants, deferred payment loans and low interest loans are available to those who qualify.
The Weatherization Assistance Program is funded by the U.S. Department of Energy and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and administered through the New York State Division of Housing and Community Renewal Energy Services Bureau.
A free program provided to low-income Long Islanders, especially the elderly and disabled, to make their homes more energy efficient.