The Monroe County First Time Homebuyer Grant Program

Marty D'Ambrose
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The Monroe County First Time Homebuyer Grant Program

The Housing Council of PathStone

The Monroe County Fist Time Homebuyer Grant Program is available to people that meet defined qualifications. For additional information, call 585-486-3700.

To Qualify:

  • Must be a First TIme Homebuyer (must not have owned a home in the last 3 years)
  • Must be income eligible* by household size (see below)
  • Property MUST be purchased in a Monroe County town or village, excluding the City of Rochester
  • The household must attend an 8-hour Homebuyer Workshop
  • The grant can be used for down payment and/or closing costs
  • The household cannot be under contract to purchase before they receive a Financial Assistance Letter from The Housing Council at PathStone


1 Person $41,450 5 People $63,950
2 People $47,400 6 People $68,700
3 People $53,300 7 People $73,450
4 People $59,200 8 People + $78,150

Current as of 7/2018                    Subject to credit approval

For additional information, call 585-486-3700.

The Housing Council at PathStone, 75 College Avenue, Rochester NY 14607


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