Construction Incentive Program for First Time Home Buyers in New York

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The State of New York cares so much about its people. It looks out for them and constantly ascertains that their best interest is always protected. One of the ways in which the state has manifested this concern is through the establishment of the State of New York Mortgage Agency, more commonly referred to as SONYMA, which is a public authority established in 1970 designed to provide reasonable and affordable home-ownership opportunities to low and moderate income New Yorkers, especially to first time home buyers.

SONYMA has been tremendously successful in running mortgage programs as well as mortgage credit certificates that have certainly benefited and assisted first time home buyers in the process of purchasing a house in the State of New York.

Under the State of New York Mortgage Agency, the Construction Incentive Program has been established. The goal of this program is to enable the construction of one and two family homes through the provision of funds, up to 97% of the value of the property, to eligible low to moderate income first time home buyers.   (continued...)

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