About OHFA

  • About OHFA

The Ohio Housing Finance Agency (OHFA) facilitates the development, rehabilitation and financing of low- to moderate-income housing. The Agency's programs help first-time homebuyers, renters, senior citizens, and others find quality affordable housing that meets their needs. Formerly a division of the Ohio Department of Development, OHFA became an independent state agency on July 1, 2005 through Amended Substitute House Bill (HB) 431. OHFA funds competitive fixed-rate mortgage loans and provides financing for the development and rehabilitation of affordable rental housing through the Housing Tax Credit program, issuing tax-exempt mortgage revenue bonds, and other affordable housing programs.

More About OHFA

  • OHFA Board

    An 11-member Board administers the Ohio Housing Finance Agency. Learn more about any of our Board members.

  • Executive Staff

    OHFA's experienced executive staff facilitates the Agency's mission by overseeing and directing the programs and operations that help increase the availability of affordable housing opportunities in Ohio.

  • Financial Reports

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