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BOND DISCLAIMER
 PLEASE NOTE: Download and/or viewing of OHCS Bond Reports (located at end of this statement), says you have read and understand the following bond disclaimer statement. All information contained in these reports are obtained from sources believed to be accurate and reliable. Refer to the Official Statement and operative documents of each series for complete information on that issue. While all information presented is believed to be accurate and reliable, it is prepared "without audit."
All information contained in these reports are obtained from sources believed to be accurate and reliable. Refer to the Official Statement and operative documents of each series for complete information on that issue. While all information presented is believed to be accurate and reliable, it is prepared "without audit."

Due to the possibility of human or mechanical error as well as other factors, this information is provided without warranty of any kind and therefore, the Department makes no representation, express or implied, as to the accuracy, completeness or timeliness of this information, and is not responsible for any loss or damages incurred by parties using this information.

The information contained at this website has been included for general informational purposes only and no person should make any investment decision in reliance upon the information contained herein. This website and the information contained herein do not constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy any securities.

The Department currently anticipates that the disclosure documents prepared from time to time in connection with the offering and sale of securities may contain information updating or supplementing the information presented at this website.

In addition, certain financial information and operating data, as well as information regarding certain material developments respecting the Department and securities from time to time issued by it, may be filed with the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board or the Nationally Recognized Municipal Securities Information Repositories from time to time and recognized by the Securities and Exchange Commission.

The Department does not plan to include such updated information on its website or to otherwise supplement, update or modify the information at this website.

Furthermore, the information in each document or file is dated as of the date or dates indicated, and the Department disclaims any duty or obligation either to update the information contained at this website or to maintain the availability of such information. Reference should be made to those other sources to obtain such supplemental, updated or modified information.

Under no circumstances shall the Department have any liability to any person or entity for (1) any loss or damage in whole or part caused by, resulting from or relating to any error (neglect or otherwise), or other circumstances involved in procuring, collecting, compiling, interpreting, analyzing, editing, transcribing, communicating or delivering any such information, or (2) any direct, indirect, special consequential or incidental damages whatsoever, even if the Department is advised in advance of the possibility of such damages, resulting from the use of or inability to use any such information. 

DOWNLOAD BOND REPORTS
NOTE: Downloading the following bond reports says you have read and understand the above disclaimer statement. 

October 1, 2020 Bond Reports (Report Uploaded 11/25/2020)
The following quarterly report is available in portable document format (.pdf):

​Mortgage Revenue Bond Report
​(Single-Family Mortgage Progra​m)

​Housing Revenue Bond Report​​​​​
​(Single-Family Mortgage Program)


For More Information
Roseanne Ward, Debt Operations Manager
Debt Management Section
(503) 986-6897


​Government recording charges are fees assessed by state and local government agencies. These fees are for legally recording your deed, mortgage and documents related to your home loan. Either a buyer or a seller may pay these fees. OHCS prepares financial reports to provide key financial information. These reports detail the performance of specific funding streams in OHCS programs. 

OHCS is placing a greater emphasis on strategic planning and the way we invest our resources. Recently, we have restructured, refocused and reimagined our agency. Our work has led to an increased emphasis on data, research and customer service. We are carrying that effort forward with the Statewide Housing Plan.

The plan articulates the extent of Oregon's housing problem and what we can do to address it. OHCS committed to the Housing Stability Council and our stakeholders that the plan will be responsive to the needs of the state. We will deliver the plan to the legislature and include elements of our equity agenda.​

Visit the Oregon Statewide Housing Plan Webpage here.​

​Electricity bills ​in Oregon include a public purpose charge. This helps fund energy conservation, efficiency, and renewable projects in the state. Three entities administer the funds to accomplish five public purposes. 
 
OHCS prepares financial reports to provide key financial information. These reports detail the performance of specific funding streams in OHCS programs. OHCS subgrantees (local community-based agencies) spend these funding streams. The subgrantees deliver services in their local communities through:
  • Marketing
  • Client meetings
  • Eligibility determinations
  • Contracting for goods and services
In most cases, subgrantees must pay for the expense before applying for reimbursement. OHCS completes these reports on a cash basis of accounting. This provides timely information about the funding streams. As a result, the balances do not reflect the impact of what can be significant expenses of subgrantees. These are expenses they incurred but have not yet been reimbursed.

OHCS categorized reports for the following funding streams:
  • Overall Public Purpose Charge Fee Receipts
  • Energy Conservation Helping Oregonians Program
  • Housing Development Grant Program
  • Multifamily Weatherization Program
  • Oregon Energy Assistance Program


For more information, contact:
Financial Operations Section
Phone: 503-986-2000


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