- Housing & Community Development
- Program Grants
The City of Troy helps to administer and / or partners with a number of local agencies who may provide grants or loans, along additional services that can help you with buying, selling, maintaining and / or fixing up a home. Listed below are a number of resources that could be helpful for City of Troy residents.
If you have any questions or need further assistance, call the Housing and Community Development Department at 518-279-7150 or email us.
Exterior Enhancement Program
The Exterior Enhancement Program aims to eliminate housing deficiencies by providing financial and technical assistance to homeowners in a designated target area. Grant amounts may not exceed $5,000 and can only be applied to homeowner occupied residences. If the cost of repair exceeds the grant amount, the homeowner can contribute to the balance of expenses incurred over $5,000 to complete the necessary repair.
Program availability may be limited to funding, grant cycle or type of repair needed.
Learn about the City of Troy's 'Home Incentive' Program (H.I.P).
This program now administered by Troy Rehabilitation and Improvement Program (TRIP) helps to promote homeownership in Troy for low-income homebuyers. Eligible applicants must have an annual household income at the time of application under 80% of the median. Interested applicants should contact the TRIP Neighbor Works Home Ownership Center at 518-690-0020 or visit the TRIP Site.
This is the place to start if you want to buy a home! We'll talk about the advantages and disadvantages of homeownership, qualifying for a mortgage, and costs you'll incur in the homebuying process. You'll also learn about our Pre-Purchase Program and First Time Homebuyer Grants. Interest applicants should contact TRIP at 518-690-0020 or visit the TRIP site to access the calendar for upcoming orientations.
- Commission on Economic Opportunity (CEO) - Healthy Homes
Through a partnership between the CEO and the City of Troy, Income eligible homeowners are able to take advantage of grants to make their homes safer and more comfortable while addressing problem areas such as lack of insulation, drafty windows, a leaky roof, or even problems navigating your home due to a disability.
- Troy Rehabilitation and Improvement Program (TRIP)
Landlord training is $15 for a four-hour workshop available to all landlords in the City of Troy. Call TRIP at 272-8289 or Troy's Community Police at 518-270-4689.
- U.S. Department of Urban Development (HUD)
- Fannie Mae
For any questions regarding our programs please feel free to Contact Us.