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Homes for Sale

The Land Bank periodically has homes that are available to purchase

All SCLBC property sales must be approved by the land bank Board of Directors. While we consider a variety of factors when making our selection, the following factors impact the board’s decision:

  • Financial capacity to afford the property and associated property costs (including bills, taxes, repairs, etc.)
  • Viable renovation plan for homes that require repairs
  • Homeowner occupants who will live in the home as their primary residence
  • Current Sullivan County residents who are renting and wish to own

We also consider applicants’ reasons for their interest in the property, whether or not the buyer is a first-time homeowner, if the buyer is at or below 100% Area Median Income, and personal experience with home repair. While some of our homes are move-in ready, others require repairs. When we do have homes for sale, they are listed here below.

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The Land Bank is partnering with RUPCO for homebuyer education, and to help applicants identify loan and grant programs that are right for them. If you are applying to purchase a home, please complete the Homebuyer intake form >>

Online https://rupco.force.com/rupcocft or over the phone: (845) 331-9860

New Construction

BD 3 / BA 2

Working with our partners at RUPCO, the Land Bank is moving forward on an ambitious new construction initiative through which healthy green affordable single-family homes will be built on the following vacant Land Bank owned lots in the Villages of Liberty and Monticello:

11 Balsam Ave, Liberty, NY 12754

24 Mager Ave, Liberty, NY 12754

55 Park Ave, Monticello, NY 12701

Renderings and floor plan are for informational purposes only and are still being finalized. For more information, please contact the Land Bank.

Property Application

Thank you for your interest in purchasing a property from Sullivan County Land Bank. All interested buyers must complete and submit our Property Purchase Application.

Sales must be approved by the Board of Directors, and is initially reviewed by the Disposition Advisory Group.