Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers issued Emergency Order #15, which temporarily bans foreclosures and evictions. The order is effective immediately and shall remain in place for 60 days. Under this order, landlords are prohibited from serving any notice terminating a tenancy for failure to pay rent. As detailed in the order, landlords are also prohibited from commencing a civil action of eviction unless certain conditions are met.
Due to the ever-changing information regarding COVID-19, the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority (WHEDA) has started implementation of an adjusted operations model to protect our employees and the communities we serve.
The Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority (WHEDA) has announced the resignation of Sean O’Brien as WHEDA’s Director of Commercial Lending effective January 3, 2020. Sean has accepted a leadership position with a development firm. Between now and January 3, Sean is transitioning projects and providing training. Effective immediately, if you need assistance with WHEDA’s […]
The Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority (WHEDA) will hold a LIHTC Compliance Workshop from 8 am – 4 pm CT on November 14 in the Ingleside Hotel in Pewaukee. This course is intended as an overview of the program, compliance requirements, and WHEDA’s monitoring procedures. It is designed to be particularly useful to on-site […]
The Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority is hosting a QAP listening session on November 6 from 10:00 am to noon CDT at the Big Fish Golf Club Event Center (14122 W. True North Lane Hayward, WI 54853). Register here by October 31.
The Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority is hosting a QAP listening session on November 5 from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm CDT in Room 100 of the Entrepreneurial and Education Center (100 N 72nd Avenue Wausau, WI 54401). Register here by November 1.
The Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority announced a competitive National Housing Trust Fund (HTF) application cycle available only to projects that will be applying for nine percent LIHTCs in the Supportive Housing Set-Aside in the 2020 LIHTC Cycle. To be eligible for this HTF funding round projects must meet all requirements for Supportive Housing Set-Aside applications as defined in the 2019-2020 QAP.
WHEDA has issued modifications to the 2019-2020 QAP. These changes may impact scoring and deal structuring for the 2020 HTC Application Cycle. Areas modified include: Scoring Category 3. Mixed Income Incentive Scoring Category 4. Serves Large Families Scoring Category 9. Financial Leverage Instructions/Scoring Summary Page 4% State of Wisconsin Housing Tax Credit Program Cure Period […]
The Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority is accepting applications for the National Housing Trust Fund (HTF) through June 14.
WHEDA is now accepting additional applications for the National Housing Trust Fund (HTF). Eligible properties include, but are not limited to, approved 4% state and federal Housing Tax Credit projects, and projects with pending applications for federal 4% Housing Tax Credits. WHEDA will not accept HTF applications at this time for projects that will be […]
WHEDA’s next Tax Credit Compliance Workshop will be held on October 18th, and online registration is now open! It will be held at The Ingleside Hotel in Waukesha/Pewaukee. Click here to get registered. The registration fee is $125/person. This course is intended as an overview of the program, compliance requirements, and WHEDA’s monitoring procedures. It […]