Wisconsin Housing Resources

Do you have questions about housing, such as how do I find an affordable apartment to rent; what steps should I take to buy my own home; what are my rights as a tenant; or how do I get the services and supports I need to live independently? Check out our list to help you with your housing needs! Also, find more great stories about housing in the Fall 2019 online version of The Path Ahead.

Fair Housing Council: This organization is dedicated to promoting fair housing across Wisconsin, and helping people with fair housing complaints. They also provide housing education, as well as information on mortgage fair lending and how to create more inclusive communities.

Movin’ Out: This state-wide organization helps people with disabilities find independent housing that best fits their needs. Along with housing counseling and mortgage down payment assistance to qualifying individuals, Movin’ Out has rental properties in South Central Wisconsin that support integrated community living.

Tenant Resource Center: If you rent your home and have questions about your rights and responsibilities as a tenant, the Tenant Resource Center offers advice about how to resolve issues you may have with your landlord.

Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority (WHEDA) Housing Counselors: Thinking of buying a new home but not sure where to start? Then, get in touch with a WHEDA Housing Counselor or take a Home Buyer Education seminar to map out a home buying plan that fits your needs.

Wisconsin Housing Search: Looking for a new place to rent? Check out this free resource that lists affordable rental properties in Wisconsin to find a great home that’s right for you!