New Training Dates Announced for OHFA’s Compliance Policy and Regulations Training
The Compliance Policies and Regulations webinar training will be held from 12:30-4:30p. All registrants will need to use the links below to register for the webinar. Attendees will be able to ask questions, participate in knowledge checks and will receive an e-course manual during the training. Participants must attend 90% of the webinar to receive a certificate. You must log into the webinar under your own registration to obtain a certificate. There will be no exceptions.

The webinar will fulfill OHFA's Qualified Allocation Plan training requirement in order to obtain IRS Form 8609 and provide four hours of continuing education credit.

Don’t be Left Out: Register for the OHFA-sponsored E&A Fair-Housing Training!
This training is a four-hour online course focused on the Americans with Disabilities Act Section 504 and design and construction requirements under the Fair Housing Act. The training will also cover the latest from the U.S. Department of Justice, including information about their new Accessibility Initiative and its impact, as well as updates on recent lawsuits and settlements, OHFA’s design and architectural standards, and much more.

E&A Team offers this nationally renowned training across the country, which is informative, entertaining, and in high demand. Don’t miss the opportunity to attend this online training session.

For registration and more information regarding this training, please visit OHFA’s website.
Quick Training Tip:
HOME Funded Projects and Income Verification
Source documents are required for the HOME program to verify income at move-in and every six years. The 2013 Final HOME Rule requires two months of source documents (i.e., pay stubs).

What are the required number of pay stubs for HOME source documentation? 
Per Wage Cycle
# Pay Stubs to Cover 2 Months
Weekly
9
Bi-weekly
5
Semi-monthly
4
Monthly
2
Stories of Home: Affordable Housing, Race and Impact on Education

Check out OHFA's latest blog post on the intersection of housing, race, poverty, and education. 

Did you know that OHFA has a podcast too? Find all of the Doorsteps podcasts here or listen on your favorite platform. In the latest episode of the Doorsteps Podcast, D r. Cody Price is joined by Amy Klaben, Dr. Rachel Kleit, and Dr. Jason Reece of the Move to Prosper project.