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  • More Than 'Tips' Needed to Improve Energy Efficiency

    A thorough, step-by-step analysis that treats the home as an integrated system is the only route to true performance improvements, including lower energy bills and better indoor air quality.

  • Tips for Finding Strong Keywords for Your Website

    The SEO rules have changed. This article describes how to use Google Keyword Planner to find the three or four keywords that best describe your expertise, and how to use them to rewrite your Web copy.

  • Ohio County Ponders Whether To Enforce Code

    Should Morrow County, Ohio, enforce the state building code? That’s the question on the minds of the county’s planning commission.

  • Reclaimed Wood Flooring From HomerWood

    HomerWood. Reclaimed Hardwood flooring is crafted from slow-growth Appalachian timber from deconstructed barns in Ohio, Virginia, and Pennsylvania. The kiln-dried wood features character markings such as nail holes, cracks, and mineral streaks. It comes with the companys low-luster Oil Naturals...

  • (De)constructing a Deconstructionist Monument

    Remembered for its dramatic deconstruction of architectural form, the Arnoff Center for Design and Art may have lasting importance as a watershed in computer-aided construction technology.

  • Ohio Closes Bond Deal

    The Ohio Housing Finance Agency (OHFA) announced that is has issued $5.6 million of tax-exempt bond funds, its first transaction under a new initiative to help housing finance agencies (HFAs) maintain their lending programs during the economic downturn.

  • Supporting Innovation: The OHFA HousingInvestment Fund

    In 2008, the Ohio Housing Finance Agency (OHFA) board approved the creation of the Housing Investment Fund (HIF) to support affordable housing initiatives that do not qualify for existing funding sources

  • Ohio Closes Bond Deal

    The Ohio Housing Finance Agency (OHFA) announced that is has issued $5.6 million of tax-exempt bond funds, its first transaction under a new initiative to help housing finance agencies (HFAs) maintain their lending programs during the economic downturn.

  • Ohio Developments Receive Exchange Funds

    The Ohio Housing Finance Agency (OHFA) recently approved $17.2 million in tax credit exchange funds to help develop more than 140 units of affordable housing.

  • Ohio Awards $19 Million in LIHTCs

    COLUMBUS, OHIO—The Ohio Housing Finance Agency has reserved $19.2 million in low-income housing tax credits to 27 developments.