From “green design” home construction, to fun after school activities, and a bus tour, May was a busy month recognizing and showcasing Homeport’s commitment to its residents.
Following Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing’s annual partnership luncheon, OCCH President and CEO Emeritus Hal Keller spoke to the future relationship of OCCH and Homeport and the needs for affordable housing.
“This certainly helps in our goal of closing the housing gap to reduce the number of individuals and families paying a disproportionate amount of their income for rent.”
Success story Maggie Parks returned to Homeport to record a television testimonial about how she learned to budget, save, build credit — and become a homeowner — all in six months.
“Columbus has been fortunate to attract new business and residents, but the costs and availability of housing have significantly outpaced wage growth.”