CHICAGO - The Ohio Housing Finance Authority next week plans to enter the market with roughly $72 million of tax-exempt mortgage bonds in a transaction scaled back from its original size and newly designed to attract retail investors.

The issue comes a few months after the OHFA, one of Ohio's busiest issuers, planned to sell up to $200 million in residential mortgage revenue bonds, before deciding to cut back the size of the transaction as the credit crunch froze the market.

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