The Wisconsin HUD Housing Program is a part of the federal government Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), which was established in 1965 to create policies for housing and city expansion. Currently, Wisconsin HUD’s primary mission is to enforce fair housing laws in order to create a more suitable living environment for all Americans.
One of the main goals of HUD in Wisconsin is to make Wisconsin housing affordable and to make the opportunity for homeownership available to families who are on a limited income. This is done via programs that offer some of the following services:
• Counseling for first-time home buyers,
• Help with loan acquisition,
• Advice on avoiding foreclosure,
• Rental assistance for low-income families.
To go directly to Wisconsin’s HUD Portal, Click Here: http://portal.hud.gov/hudportal/HUD?src=/states/wisconsin
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