Welcome to the Oklahoma Coalition for Affordable Housing!

The Government Affairs Committee is a standing committee of the Coalition.  Scott Nixon, with Sugar Creek Capital is the 2020 Chair and Andrea Frymire, with Midwest Housing Equity Group, is the 2020 Vice-Chair.

Per the Coalition By-Laws, Within State and Federal Election Guidelines, the Committee shall concern itself with reacting to proposals, monitoring and advancing reforms, plus promulgating rules, regulations and statutes that advance the members’ welfare and business conditions.

Please see below the newly released 2020 Oklahoma’s Affordable Housing Act Tax Credit- Economic Impact Report. 

Register Now for the Upcoming 2021 Coalition Annual Meeting

2021 Coalition Annual Meeting
Join us as we celebrate the year in review at the 2021 Oklahoma Coalition for Affordable Housing Annual Meeting.  The Annual Meeting will be held on November 16 at The Capitol View Event Center, the evening before the OHFA Board of Trustees Meeting. The Annual Meeting will begin at 3:30 p.m., followed by a Cocktail Networking Reception at 5:00 p.m. Member Admission:  $45 | Non-Member Admission:  $75 (You may choose to attend virtually if you wish. Register Now!

Affordable Housing Economic Impact Report

The Oklahoma Coalition for Affordable Housing is pleased to release the Oklahoma’s Affordable Housing Act Tax Credit – Economic Impact 2019.   The Coalition retained the services of the Oklahoma Department of Commerce: Research and Economic Analysis Division to conduct an assessment on the economic impact of the Oklahoma Affordable Housing Act between 2015-2019. 

The Oklahoma Department of Commerce looked at this snapshot in time coupled with the IMPLAN software (an input/output model that helps institutions understand the linkages between industries in the local economy and how policy or changes can influence economic activity).

This economic impact report focuses on construction and permanent employment activities associated with the construction of 97 developments across Oklahoma.

This economic impact report focuses on the construction and permanent employment activities associated the construction of 47 development projects across Oklahoma. The report does not include new developments that will occur after the current 47 projects.

The construction and maintenance investments were modeled separately from regular employment operations.  The 47 developments allocated between 2015-2019 occur in 32 communities and 30 counties across Oklahoma and create a direct impact of over $380 million in construction activity for the 2,534 housing units.  The Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency allocated $19,106,236 in state affordable housing tax credits during this five-year period. 

Affordable Housing Development Awards 2015-2019 

A Pathway to Continued Greatness: The Rehabilitation of School Buildings Using the Federal Historic Preservation Tax Incentives Program

List of Oklahoma properties for people with disabilities.