#Spring is home buyer season! When purchasing his home, Matthew loved having a large front porch and a large backyard where he could spend time outdoors. What is your favorite part of your house?
OHFA's 811 Program proves project-based rental assistance to individuals with disabilities who are also extremely low-income. By providing housing and supportive services to these residents, this program aims to improve their independence and their quality of life. Grace Meadows in Jeffersonville, Ohio, has three units available located within a half-mile of downtown. Residents will also have access to transportation through the Fayette County Transportation Program. To learn more about this program, click the link in our bio!
For this family in Troy, Ohio, the kitchen is one of their favorite rooms in their #home, because it gives them a space where they can connect and spend time together. What is your favorite room in your house? #homeownership
After losing her husband's income and her own job, Melody fell behind on her mortgage payments. Save the Dream Ohio provided financial assistance that allowed her to stay in her home and pursue training for a new career. With a new job and her future ahead of her, Melody says she feels that she can finally move on and have peace of mind. To read more about Melody's story, click the link in our bio.
Tomorrow is the #FirstDayofSpring! What improvements are you planning to make around your house this spring and summer? Let us know in the comments!
Make your next home your own! OHFA's RenovateOhio program combines the costs of purchasing and rehabilitating a home into one, fixed-rate mortgage. Click the link in our bio for more information and to see eligibility requirements!
Thanks to OHFA’s Your Choice! Down Payment Assistance, Darrio and Tanesha were able to make repairs to their new home as soon as they moved in, making their home truly theirs. This program provides either 2.5% or 5% of the home’s purchase price to eligible buyers. For more information, click the link in our bio!
OHFA's Executive Director Sean Thomas wrote a piece for @kyhousing's Strategic Housing blog that focused on the importance of integrating the workforce and housing sectors. The piece specifically discussed the Residences at Career Gateway in Columbus, Ohio. By providing resources tailored to residents' needs, these developments can improve blighted areas, benefit communities and change the lives of the residents who live there. To read the full piece, click the link in our bio!
Batavia Village Apartments contains a mix of two-bedroom townhomes and three- and four-bedroom units. This project involved the rehabilitation of this 37-year old community, including expansions to allow on-site resident services. Individual units were also updated. This property serves a variety of income levels, including those who are extremely low-income through a project-based, Section 8 Housing Assistance Payments contract. For more information on this property, click the link in our bio!