Last week, we awarded housing tax credits to nine developments that have leveraged $500,000 to reduce infant mortality in Ohio. These developments are partnering with local organizations to provide services directly to residents at risk of infant mortality. Click the link in our bio to read more! . Thank you to the following organizations for your efforts statewide to help families in Ohio: First Year Cleveland, CelebrateOne, Birthing Beautiful Communities, Community Action Commission of Fayette County, CareSource, Madison Health, Moms2B and Every Child Succeeds!
OHFA and OCCH presented a check for $20,000 to the Community Shelter Board to help end homelessness in central Ohio! Thank you to all of the registrants and sponsors from the Race for a Place (to Call Home) 5K in April. Your support made this donation possible! #affordablehousing #home
Peggy, a resident at YWCA Columbus Griswold Building, was formerly homeless. Now, she has her own apartment and regained safety and stability. This development is also located in downtown Columbus close to public transportation and other local services.
As part of OHFA's housing tax credit awards, 115 units for the 811 Program were funded! This program provides project-based rental assistance to extremely low-income individuals with disabilities in Ohio. These affordable housing units help these individuals live independently within their communities. #lihtc #affordablehousing
From walkability to friendly neighbors to location, what do you love most about your #neighborhood?
Marlowe Court in the College Hill neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio, celebrated its grand opening last week! This mixed-use development will provide 53 units of affordable senior apartments and is energy-efficient. Congratulations to Episcopal Retirement Services on this amazing property!
OHFA's spring newsletter is now available! Read an interview with fair housing experts, learn about new policies in affordable housing development and more in this quarterly update! Click the link in our bio for more!
OHFA is proud to announce the recipients of the 2018 Housing Tax Credit program awards. Over $280 million in housing tax credits will be used to create 2,122 units of housing serving families, seniors and individuals with disabilities. Click the link in our bio to see all the properties funded! #home
Are you thinking of becoming a homeowner and don't know where to start? Read our #FAQ page for more information on the homebuying process with OHFA. Click the link in our bio!