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When do we have to repay the $20,000 lien which was placed on our homes?

The $20,000. lien on our homes, also known as the $20,000. loan given to us by HPD to reduce the initial cost of our homes must be repaid if the home is refinanced or sold. This loan was ONLY MADE AVAILABLE FOR THE ORIGINAL HOMEOWNER.

*(Ref: Nehemiah Plan Homes Contract of Sale — #9. As part of the Nehemiah Program, the City of New York is providing a $20,000. subsidy (“City Subsidy”) to reduce the initial cost of each House.  At the closing, Purchaser will be required to sign City Mortgage and Note for this amount.  Under the terms of the City Note and Mortgage, copies which are available at the office of the Seller for inspection upon request, Purchaser will be required to repay the City Subsidy out of any Appreciation (as therein defined) realized upon the sale of the House.  If the amount of the Appreciation, if any, upon my sale of the House is not sufficient to repay the City Subside, then the remaining balance shall remain a lien upon the House payable upon resale of subsequent purchasers until the full amount without interest of the City Subsidy is entirely repaid.  No interest or principal is due upon the City Note and Mortgage except upon resale of the House.

What are the dues for?

Section 2. Purpose of Assessments/Dues. The assessments and fees levied by the Association shall be used exclusively (1) to maintain, repair, improve, preserve, construct and reconstruct the sewer system for the exclusive benefit of the members: (2) to pay the operating expenses of the Association; and (3) the cost of providing such other services for owne4rs, as may be approved from time to time by the Association.  *(Ref: Declaration of Easements, Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions)

What is the procedure for removing parked cars when they are blocking a homeowners driveway?

You can make a 311 (get confirmation #) report of a commercial vehicle parked w/wo license blocking driveway.  Department of Buildings will issue violations when appropriate.

Call 911 to report a vehicle illegally parked in the actual driveway of a private driveway.  This is considered trespassing. WHAT HAPPENS NEXT:  The Police may ticket the vehicle. If the vehicle has a ticket and you want the vehicle removed, you may call a private towing company or ask the Police Precinct to contact “rotation tow”. The owner of the vehicle will have to pay any towing fees. *(Ref: NYC311).

Why are we responsible for keeping the perimeter around our homes neat and clean?

Residential property owners must clean the sidewalks adjoining their property and 18 inches from the curb into the street.  Sanitation agents can only issue violations for dirty sidewalks from 8 A.M. – 9 A.M. and 6 P.M. – 7 P.M. 7 days a week. *(Ref: NYC311).

What police precinct protects the New Lots Nehemiah Homeowners?

Commanding Officer: Deputy Inspector John A. Mastronardi

The 75th Precinct serves the easternmost portion of Brooklyn and envelopes East New York and Cypress Hills.

1000 Sutter Avenue     Brooklyn, NY, 11208-3553     Precinct: (718) 827-3511 / 3512

Mission The mission of the New York City Police Department is to enhance the quality of life in New York City by working in partnership with the community to enforce the law, preserve peace, protect the people, reduce fear, and maintain order.  https://www1.nyc.gov/site/nypd/about/about-nypd/mission.page

What post office serves the 11207 zip code area?

East  New York Post Office …   2645 Atlantic Ave     Brooklyn, N.Y .11207-9997     (718) 534-3569

What is ACRIS?

Automated City Register Information System

The Automated City Register Information System (ACRIS) allows you to search property records and view document images for Manhattan, Queens , Bronx, and Brooklyn from 1966 to the present. Find a Property Borough, Block and Lot

Lot and block survey system. The lot and block survey system is a method used in the United States and Canada to locate and identify land, particularly for lots in densely populated metropolitan areas, suburban areas and exurbs. It is sometimes referred to as the recorded plat survey system or the recorded map survey system.

en.wikipedia.org  ACRIS – New York City www.nyc.gov/acris