Whether you’re a new landlord or one who’s been doing this for years, knowing the right resources is important when you have a question regarding laws and procedures. We’ve put together some basic links for you to keep handy when acting as a landlord or property manager in Columbus.
Understand the laws around housing discrimination.
The OSU approved guide for students to evaluate off-campus living choices. Sign up to advertise, be a part of the annual expo, or simply see what student expectations are with off-campus housing.
The mission of the CMHA is to serve the community by helping people access affordable housing. Working with collaborative partners, they develop, renovate and maintain housing, promote neighborhood revitalization; and assist residents in accessing needed social services.
Information on code enforcement. There is also a Rental Rehabilitation Program designed to provide necessary funding for repairs to smaller rental projects in the central city of Columbus.
The REALTORS association always has excellent information as well as classes to increase your knowledge base.
The Columbus Apartment Association’s purpose is to provide legislative, education, and networking services for members who are the companies who own or manage multifamily communities and the companies that service the apartment industry.
Monthly meetings with workshops designed to help educate investors and evaluate the property.
Ohio Landlord-Tenant Law Resources
Ohio Fair Housing Resources
Other State Resources
- Ohio Tenant/Landlord Rights and Obligations – Ohio Bar Association
- Ohio Landlord Tenant Law Handbook
- Ohio Termination of Tenancy
- Ohio Tenant-Landlord Law – Guide
- Ohio Landlord Tenant Issues – Ohio Legal Service
Ohio Real Estate Associations
Other Ohio city information can be found in our resource section.
This list isn’t intended to be exhaustive or used as legal advice. Landlord/tenant laws change and can vary from municipality to municipality. You have the responsibility to do your own research and make determinations for your own situation. And when in doubt, always contact an attorney.