Applications are now being accepted from developers with plans to construct for-sale or rental housing as part of the Oklahoma Housing Stability Program. Available applications include:
- Oklahoma Homebuilder Program - $100.7 million available for the new construction of single-family homes for purchase
- Oklahoma Increased Housing Program - $63.55 million available for the new construction of single-family and multifamily rental homes
For more information about the program and for application details, visit ohfa.org/housingstability.
A Note for Potential Homebuyers
The funds for down payment and closing cost assistance in the Oklahoma Housing Stability Program are specifically reserved for homebuyers who purchase homes built through the Oklahoma Homebuilder Program. It's important to note that these funds will only be available once the houses are built. For details about OHFA's current offerings for down payment and closing cost assistance, please visit ohfa.org/homebuyers.
Permanent Rules Hearing, Feb. 16
Gov. Kevin Stitt approved emergency rules for the Housing Stability Program, January 25. As part of the rule-making process, the Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency will hold a public hearing regarding the permanent rules, Feb. 16.
Housing Stability Program Permanent Rules Hearing
Friday, February 16 at 10 a.m.
Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency Board Room
100 N.W. 63rd Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73116