Community Impact The City Row Apartments, which received significant funding from the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority (WHEDA), not only offer affordable rental housing to Madison residents, but the development also sets a great example for the community.
What does WHEDA stand for?
WHEDA stands for Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority
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Associated represents that it participates in the home purchase and home improvement loan programs of the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority ("WHEDA"), which offer long-term, below-market, fixed-rate financing for LMI first-time homebuyers and home improvement loans at fixed interest rates with no equity requirements for LMI homeowners.
From 1985 through 1989, Moore worked in a variety of government positions, including as a neighborhood development specialist for the city of Milwaukee and as a housing officer for the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority.