Did you know that OHFA’s Ohio Heroes program can also help medical professionals purchase their homes? Kim works as a mother-infant nurse and was able to purchase her first home sooner than she thought possible, thanks to the down payment assistance offered with the program. Click the link in our bio to learn more about Kim and Travis’s homebuying experience!
When Erin lost her home in a fire, she didn’t have anywhere to go. A single mother on disability, Erin lacked the funds to move and had to live with her children in a hotel room. Then, she heard of an opening at Trabue Crossing in Columbus, Ohio. Trabue Crossing is an affordable, family-focused, rental housing development located within an excellent school district. Now, Erin has a safe and stable place for herself and her children to call home.
The Commons at Madison is a partnership between three mental health and drug addiction service providers in Youngstown, Ohio: Compass & Community Services, Meridian Community Care and Help Hotline Crisis Center. This project provides 40 units of permanent supportive housing, along with local amenities, on-site transportation and more. For more information on this property, click the link in our bio.
The Lofts at Court and Main involved the rehabilitation of the former Washington Court House Masonic Temple building. Now, the property provides 31 safe and affordable rental housing units to families in Fayette County, Ohio.
We love helping Ohioans find their dream homes where they can spend time with the ones they love. Thanks to OHFA’s homebuyer programs, Amanda was able to purchase her first home, move closer to her job and create a stable and happy environment for her daughter. To learn more about their story, click the link in our bio!
The Richey family was able to purchase their first home thanks to OHFA's Grants for Grads program. OHFA provides recent college graduates with down payment assistance to help them become homeowners. Click the link in our bio for more information!
The Columbus Scholar House is a rental development for families, specifically students seeking a post-secondary education who have children of their own. The development team established partnerships with local organizations, including The Ohio State University, Columbus State Community College and other supportive service agencies. For more information on this property, click the link in our bio.
OHFA works to provide all Ohioans with a safe, affordable and quality place to live. Since our creation, we have helped 143,000 households purchase homes and financed the creation of more than 89,000 units of affordable housing. To learn more about our programs, click the link in our bio!
In 2017, we worked to help more Ohioans find a place to call home. Click the link in our bio to read about our featured grand openings and ground breakings from the past year! . . . Photo: OHFA Executive Director Sean Thomas speaking at the grand opening of the Columbus Scholar House