WHEDA

AcronymDefinition
WHEDAWisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority
WHEDAWomen's Health and Economic Development Association (Nigeria)
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Altoro will begin as executive director of WHEDA on June 3rd, 2019.
Milwaukee Developer Josh Jeffers, who sat on the panel,recently secured $580,000 in affordable housing tax credits from WHEDA for an $18 million project to convert a former factory in Racine into affordable and market-rate housing called the Gold Medal Flats.
In addition to CCM and WHEDA, the success of Highland Commons was made possible through a collaboration of strong partners including the Milwaukee Center for Independence, the City of West Allis, Reichl Construction, the Milwaukee County Behavioral Health Division, the Milwaukee County Division of Housing, and HUD.
In order to be registered in the program, a business must be certified by one or more WHEDA approved certifying authorities.
WHEDA is a state authorized housing authority that underwrites and funds mortgages with money it generates from the sale of bonds.
Together with our outstanding partners, WHEDA is continuing its mission to build quality, safe, affordable housing in the city of Madison and Dane County, said WHEDA Board Chair Ivan Gamboa.
First and foremost, we believe WHEDA is the first secondary market investor to publicly announce a foray into ITIN lending in which proof of residency is not required.
Raising their confidence was difficult, WHEDA spokesman Jim Langdon said, because very few loans ever had been made in Milwaukee's inner city, where more than 90 percent of the state's non-white residents live.
Gorman has partnered with the Dane County Housing Authority and was selected to receive low income housing tax credits from the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority (WHEDA).
Firstar also represented that Firstar Bank has continued to participate in various lending programs operated by the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority ("WHEDA").
In Wisconsin, for example, the increase will enable the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority (WHEDA) to serve about 1,000 more homebuyers annually through its Home Loans Program, according to WHEDA.
Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority (WHEDA) launched its $2 million Flood Relief Loan program to provide no-interest loans of up to $10,000 for repairing homes damaged by flooding.