Multifamily Training & Technical Assistance

  • Multifamily Training

OHFA's Multifamily Training and Technical Assistance team (MT&TA) is dedicated to fostering and promoting positive relationships with all parties involved with OHFA funded multifamily housing. MT&TA works with both the Development and Compliance Divisions within the Office of Multifamily Housing to ensure the consistent management of all policies and help provide a smooth transition through the development and compliances phases of funded projects.

Services for multifamily industry partners include several courses and training offerings, on-boarding programs, relationship management and programmatic development, as well as other technical assistance.

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  • Trainings and Resources

    Due to staff shortages, OHFA has temporarily suspended offering trainings.

    Trainings ranging from half day in person trainings across the state, live webinars, on-demand courses, to mini videos.

  • HOTMA Resources

    The Housing Opportunity through Modernization Act of 2016 (HOTMA) makes numerous amendments to Sections 3, 8, and 16 of the United States Housing Act of 1937, including significant changes to income calculation, net family assets, and income reviews.

  • NSPIRE Resources

    The National Standards for the Physical Inspection of Real Estate (NSPIRE) model prioritizes health, safety, and functional defects over appearance. It implements inspections that better reflect the true physical conditions of the property and supports the adoption of sound, year-round maintenance practices.

  • Compliance Next Steps (CNS) Process

    Review information on the Compliance Next Step Meetings and more. These programs are designed to promote open communication and provide technical assistance for compliance issues.

  • On-Boarding and Partner Relationship Building

    As part of OHFA's commitment to fostering positive relationships with partners, this program was established for partners who are new to OHFA or experiencing significant compliance issues that could jeopardize the viability of the property.

  • Compliance FAQs

    Please review these searchable questions for tips on compliance. If you do not find an answer there, you may ask your own question using the Compliance & DevCo Helpdesk.

  • DevCo Resources

    The DevCo portal will allow organizations working with OHFA to manage information about their awards and projects.


OHFA Help Desk

  • Compliance, DevCo & OHFA Inspection Help Desk

    Do you have a Compliance, DevCo, or OHFA Inspection question? Please use our automated Help Desk feature to submit your inquiry. Utilization of the Help Desk will enable OHFA to efficiently track the volume and types of inquiries received and target resources to better serve our partners.