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  • 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.

  • OHFA Closes Second Bond Deal

    The Ohio Housing Finance Agency (OHFA) recently issued $5.9 million of tax-exempt bonds on behalf of LPA Associates Limited Partnership.

  • Regional News

    COLUMBUS, OHIO The Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing (OCCH) and Red Capital Markets, Inc., completed financings totaling $15.5 million for three new affordable housing developments in Ohio and Kentucky.

  • MacArthur Targets Preservation Efforts

    SAYING THE COUNTRY had lost sight of the importance of rental homes in a balanced national housing policy, MacArthur Foundation leaders announced that they are investing $32.5 million to fund affordable housing preservation efforts in 12 states, cities, and counties.

  • Regional News

    COLUMBUS, OHIO The Ohio Housing Finance Agency (OHFA) Board recently approved more than $5 million to fund affordable housing;

  • A Chance to Start Over

    DAYTON, OHIO—Home to second chances, this building is where 26 women, including many veterans, are trying to bounce back from homelessness, drug abuse, and mental illness.

  • Innovative Preservation Projects Receive $32.5 Million

    Saying the country had lost sight of the importance of rental homes in a balanced national housing policy, MacArthur Foundation leaders announced Thursday that it is investing $32.5 million to fund affordable housing preservation efforts in 12 states, cities, and counties.

  • New York, Ohio Make LIHTC Awards

    Two large states, New York and Ohio, have announced their latest low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) reservations.

  • Regional News

    COLUMBUS, OHIO The Wallick Cos. and Stern-Hendy Properties have merged, creating the state's largest owner and manager of affordable housing.

  • Midwest Developers Struggle to Find Funds

    The capital markets meltdown is affecting all sectors of the affordable housing industry, and nowhere is this more evident than the Midwest.