Oct 12, 2021
Available City of Buffalo Tenant and Landlord Assistance
Do You Still Have Tenants Unable to Pay Rent? The City of Buffalo Can Help!
There are still funds available for rental & utility assistance for tenants.
Help us link your tenants to emergency rental assistance (ERAP) resources and partner organizations who can guide you and your tenants through the ERAP application process.
We can even schedule an application event at your location.
Contact The City of Buffalo Urban Renewal Agency (BURA) at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 716-851-6564 for more information
Do You Need Help with Tenants Who are Not Pursuing the ERAP Application Process? The City of Buffalo Can Help!
A new landlord hardship fund, Landlord Rental Assistance Program (LRAP), was launched by the NYS Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance, New York State, October 7, 2021.
Eligible landlords must own units leased at or below 150 percent of fair market rent for their location and must have documented the rental arrears accumulated after March 1, 2020, that are owed by a tenant who either vacated the unit or is declining to participate in the Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP).
Learn more at otda.ny.gov/lrap for information about the LRAP or contact 2-1-1 to apply today!
For more information, visit standupbuffalo.com.