In early 2010, the Hardest Hit Fund (HHF) was established to address the foreclosure crisis in Ohio. HHF helped to speed economic recovery and stabilize the housing market by distributing much-needed funds to homeowners and neighborhoods across the state. The program closed to new applications on October 31, 2019 and officially wrapped up on June 30, 2021.
HHF Final Report
- Ohio HHF Final Report (4.13 MB Adobe PDF File)
Ohio Homeowner Assistance, LLC (OHA) was the eligible entity formed to administer Ohio's Hardest Hit Funds. All program-related expenses and assistance were disbursed by OHA on behalf of the Ohio Housing Finance Agency.