Our Neighborhood Initiative Program (NIP) gives local communities funding to help them remove blighted and vacant properties to improve the surrounding neighborhood. We currently have an RFP on our website for land banks requesting funding! Click the link in our bio for more information.
Purchasing your first home can be a complicated and intimidating process with massive financial repercussions. Click the link our bio to learn our dos and don'ts of purchasing a home!
Yesterday, Guy Ford, OHFA’s Director of Legislative Affairs, attended the grand opening of Stoney Pointe Commons. This development will provide 68 units of permanent supportive housing in Akron. Over half of the units will be for those who were previously homeless. Congratulations to all of the partners involved on making this development possible for Akron!
Kenton Station provides spacious, affordable housing units to seniors in Kenton, Ohio. The property features beautiful green spaces and a community building. In addition, residents have access to walking paths and nearby grocery stores and entertainment centers to keep them engaged and active in their community.
OHFA's Multifamily Committee and Board will not be meeting in the month of July. These meetings will resume in August. To stay up-to-date on OHFA events, click the link in our bio!
#ICYMI: OHFA has a YouTube channel! Click the link in our bio to hear more stories from residents and homeowners across the state of Ohio!
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Do you live in #Cincinnati? What do you love most about your city? #home
For Dorothy, Calvin and Marvin, living in a place that fit their needs and that they could truly call home was a blessing. After 11 years, they finally found that perfect place and community at Griot Village. Click the link in our bio to read our latest blog about this family in #Cleveland!