The Office of Housing Policy

The Office of Housing Policy is dedicated to using research-based data to drive the Ohio Housing Finance Agency's (OHFA) mission, "We open the doors to an affordable place to call home," for Ohio families. Staffed by OHFA, the office works in partnership with The Ohio State University and collaborates with other colleges, universities and partners to engage research to guide affordable housing policies.

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  • Finding a Just-Right Home: The Realities of Renting in Ohio

    How well-suited are renters to their homes? Though housing researchers have explored the affordability and accessibility of housing, comparatively little research has been done on how compatible existing housing stock is with residents in the area.

  • Housing Needs Assessment

    OHFA Releases Annual Plan and Housing Needs Assessment

    The Ohio Housing Finance Agency has released its Annual Plan and Housing Needs Assessment, which serves as a statewide resource on housing and related topics in Ohio.

  • Gimme Shelter: A New Take on Housing Affordability

    Is the rent too high? The question is a common one. How do housing experts answer it? Most scholars and public agencies, including OHFA, consider a renter household paying more than 30 percent of its income toward rent and utilities to be experiencing "housing cost burden."