The Project Administration team oversees developments receiving Low Income Housing Tax Credits (HTC) and Housing Development Assistance Program (HDAP) funds during the construction phase of the development. Project Administration is responsible for ensuring that the development progresses according to schedule and that the recipient fulfills all terms of the funding agreements and related policies.
Analysts also review and approve requests for HDAP funds, conduct periodic site visits during construction, process the paperwork to close out HDAP requests and complete the requests for the 8609 forms.
HDAP Status Reports
All HDAP recipients must complete a Final Performance Report. The deadline for this report is noted in the Funding Agreement. However, housing credit projects which are completed in advance of the deadline must submit the Final Performance Report with their 8609 request. Recipients should contact OHFA to obtain the form.
Projects which have been funded with HOME dollars through HDAP may also be required to submit a Notice of Contract Award (NOCA) and a Semi-Annual Labor Standards Enforcement Report.
- Notice of Contract Award (NOCA) (27 KB Word File)
(Required for all developments with HOME funds)
- Semi-Annual Labor Standards Enforcement Report
(Required for all developments with 12 or more units assisted with HOME funds)
- Final Performance Report (will be provided by OHFA)
Request for Payment Form
HDAP developments requesting a draw of funds must use the Request for Payment form provided below. Please note that all draws must be on an OHFA draw form and accompanied by the appropriate supporting documents.
- Guide to Requesting HDAP Funds (10.89 MB Adobe PDF File) Updated
- Drawing for Materials Stored Off-Site (15 KB Adobe PDF File)
- Request for Payment and Status of Funds Report (77 KB Excel File)
- Request for Payment and Status of Funds Report (32 KB Adobe PDF File)
- ACH Authorization Agreement For Direct Deposit (63 KB Adobe PDF File)
Signature Certification and Signature Card
At the time of the initial draw for each development, the recipient must submit a Signature Certification and Signature Card to OHFA for review and permanent file. The two signatures displayed on the card must match the two original signatures on each draw form submitted.
If you are requesting a carryover allocation or an 8609 Form, please complete the following cost certification forms and submit them to OHFA with your request. Submit an Excel copy of the forms and a PDF copy of all other required items on a disk, plus a hard copy of the forms with original signatures and a check for the required fee.
- Cost Certification Forms for Carryover (42 KB Excel File) – updated 8/5/2015
- Carryover Cost Certification Letter Template (32 KB Word File)
- Gross Rent Floor Election Form (131 KB Word File)
- Form 8609 – Review Process (236 KB Adobe PDF File)
- Form 8609 – Document Submission List (96 KB Adobe PDF File)
- Owner's Cost Certification Forms for 8609 Request (115 KB Excel File)
- Contractor's Cost Certification Forms for 8609 Request (46 KB Excel File)
Quarterly Construction Monitoring
Completion of the OHFA Quarterly Construction Monitoring Form is required for 9% and 4% Housing Tax Credit projects and HDAP projects. The Report must be submitted on a quarterly basis, beginning the first quarterly reporting period following OHFA Board approval, through 100% construction completion. Reports are due January 1, April 1, July 1 and October 1 of each year until the project is placed in to service.
Developments receiving funding from OHFA may be subject to Davis-Bacon or state prevailing wage laws. Davis-Bacon applies to public developments that receive federal funding, and state prevailing wage laws apply to public developments that receive state funding. Triggers set forth by the applicable laws determine when the laws apply.
The OHFA Guide to Prevailing Wage Requirements was crafted to ensure that OHFA's funding recipients are in full compliance with federal and state prevailing wage laws and regulations applicable to their development. The purpose of the guide is to provide OHFA's funding recipients and related parties (general contractors, subcontractors, developers, management companies, etc.) with a better understanding of the laws and regulations, and to establish "best practices" that will ensure federal and state compliance requirements are met.
The guide is not intended to replace or substitute any federal or state laws and regulations, but rather was written to serve as a supplemental procedural guide for OHFA staff, OHFA funding recipients, and interested parties to refer to when federal or state prevailing wage rates apply.
- OHFA Guide to Prevailing Wage Requirements (1.2 MB Adobe PDF File)
Ohio Housing Finance Agency
57 East Main Street
Columbus, Ohio 43215