What is a Homeowner Advocacy Meeting?

What is a Homeowner Advocacy Meeting?


A Homeowner Advocacy Meeting is conducted between you and your Homeowner Advocate. The goal of the meeting is to establish your desired outcome, or “wish list”, and to determine what can be done to help you. For example, keep your property, sell it, maybe you need time, or you are just unsure. At the meeting your Homeowner Advocate will get right to work getting you access to critical resources, assistance and monetary options specific to you. Together with your Homeowner Advocate you’ll work to create and coordinate a plan of action to meet your needs. It’s important to note the entire program is privately funded and provided at no cost and with no obligation to homeowners. Meetings can be conducted at our location, or in home if you prefer.


Speak directly with the Homeowner Advocate assigned to your property. Your Homeowner Advocate can get you access to critical resources and assistance including monetary and other options specific to your property. The program is privately funded and provided at no cost to participating New York Homeowners.

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