“Many of my clients are first-time homebuyers for which the purchase process is a rollercoaster of emotional highs and lows. They are very nervous at the start and for sure very excited at the end.”
Join us on June 30th in some friendly competition and support a great organization at the Homeport Young Professionals Co-Ed Volleyball Tournament! Proceeds from the Volleyball Tournament benefit local Urban Neighborhood Revitalization projects.
Maude Hill receives special YWCA award; Will Wahler returns after 14 months in Iraq and Afghanistan; Tom O’Hara says farewell after nine years on Homeport’s Board.
“PNC strives . . . to strengthen the region as a whole . . . (by) supporting affordable housing, education and workforce development; and by partnering with strong organizations such as Homeport.”
“As our community grows and innovates, Homeport is committed to individuals and families looking to improve their financial position through affordable rental homes and access to homeownership.”
"Mommy busted her butt to get us into this house.”
Support Homeport by hitting the links!
Thursday, July 26, 2018 at Cumberland Trail Golf Club
Registration @ 10:30AM • Tee Off @ 11:00AM
Read about our first State Auto-sponsored bus tour of 2018, a sale of a Greater Linden Home, and educational opportunities provided by Homeport staff.
"Since Columbus is expected to continue its population growth, now – rather than later – is the time to find solutions."
“I hope that the Senior Prom gives our residents a chance to connect with one another. As people age, they are more likely to isolate themselves, for a number of reasons."
"I am thankful and blessed to work with a tremendously capable and resourceful group of people. I am thrilled to work in an organization that focuses on families and nurturing children."
State Auto extends bus tour funding commitment; Still opportunities to participate in YWCA event recognizing Homeport's Maude Hill.
WOSU Public Media takes a look at reclaiming old buildings, communities and ideas in Columbus. Discover the neighbors who revitalized one of Central Ohio's first African-American communities, local homes built from Sears kits, an Ohio group of young preservationists and a historic home that now serves families who are in Columbus for cancer treatments.
“Rev. Edgar’s decades of work in our community represents the pure essence of what we as an organization celebrate."
"OCCH and Homeport work closely together in so many ways. We raise capital for Homeport’s rental housing projects, manage some of the properties through Community Properties of Ohio Management Services (CPO), make predevelopment and acquisition loans, and provide grants for Homeport’s supportive services."
"I can only hope that I’ve given-back as much or more than what I received from the organization, partners, and community."
“The office space is great, and the location continues to suit our market base and our employees that live near the area.”