A current renter who:
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An owner-occupant of a residential structure who:
An investor-owner, who also agrees, for a period of five years or the term of the loan, whichever is less to:
Wisconsin Housing AlliancePhone: 608-266-2112
2016 Housing Rehabilitation Loan Program Income Limits (income limits are updated annually) Household Size Income Limit 1 $38,100 2 $43,5503 $49,0004 $54,0005 $58,8006 $63,1507 $67,500 8 $71,850
Loan funds may only be used for permanent property improvements:
Loan funds may not be used to complete work already in progress, to pay off or refinance other loans, to create new living space or finance certain ineligible activities as defined by the Housing Authority.
Owner-occupied: 0%, deferredTenant-occupied: 0%, installment
Loan funds may only be used for downpayment and closing cost assistance. Program participants must provide at least 50% of the downpayment from their own funds. Loan funds may be used for the following purchase-related costs:
The Tenant Resource Center is a nonprofit, membership organization dedicated to promoting positive relations between rental housing consumers (tenants) and providers (landlords) throughout Wisconsin. They provide information and referrals, education about rental rights and responsibilities, and access to conflict resolution.
The Bureau of Consumer Protection accepts complaints relating to a variety of consumer issues. Wisconsin residents who have a complaint concerning a business in or out of Wisconsin, or anyone outside the state if the complaint involves a Wisconsin business, may file a complaint by completing the online complaint form available at the following web link.
WIHousingSearch.org is a free resource to help you find a home that fits your needs and budget. Property providers can list apartments or homes for rent at any time. Their phone number is 1-877-428-8844.