The Ohio Housing Finance Agency (OHFA) offers affordable housing opportunities for Ohioans including first-time homebuyers, renters, senior citizens, and other populations with special needs who otherwise might not be able to afford quality housing.
As the leader in developing innovative, effective programs that strengthen Ohio communities and address affordable housing needs throughout the state, one of OHFA's goals is to provide financial support and tax incentives to developers committed to developing low- to moderate-income homes for Ohioans.
If you manage a rental property financed through an OHFA loan and/or Housing Tax Credits, the Office of Program Compliance is your resource for meeting reporting requirements, maintaining regulatory compliance, and ensuring your project's ongoing financial viability.
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.
The Office of Housing Policy was established in December 2009 and serves as a resource to develop evidence-based affordable housing policies through research, project development and management, data analysis, and engaging stakeholder collaborations.