Thursday 10 December 2015
Posted by:  11:48 AM CST

Wisconsin Homes is excited to offer a new Popular Options page to our website. This page is loaded with awesome pictures of cabinetry, hardware, shelving, shutters, lighting and electrical options, etc. to add beauty and functionality to your new Wisconsin Home. As always, staying connected to our website is the best way to see our latest floor plan designs, renderings and gallery additions.

View our popular options here

Monday 5 October 2015
Posted by:  9:12 AM CST

Under the new procedures as a result of the Dodd Frank Act, four documents will be merged into two. The Good Faith Estimate and Truth in Lending disclosures will be eliminated and combined into a new single Loan Estimate form, or “LE.” In addition, the final Truth in Lending Disclosure and HUD-1 Settlement Statement are being replaced by the Closing Disclosure, or “CD.”

Posted by:  8:53 AM CST

Creditworthy borrowers with moderate to low incomes will be able to purchase a home with a down payment as low as 3% through Fannie Mae’s newly announced HomeReady™ mortgage program. Aimed at helping borrowers access an affordable, sustainable mortgage, HomeReady replaces Fannie Mae’s MyCommunityMortgage®, and can be used by both first-time and repeat home buyers.

Posted by:  8:56 AM CST

At Wisconsin Homes, we strive to deliver top of the line products for all aspects of your home. This month we will highlight our high quality counter tops.

Tuesday 28 July 2015
Posted by:  8:57 AM CST

Wisconsin Homes has added three new inspiration homes to the model village in Marshfield, WI. The first is our ever-popular #5005 Cavalier. This 1,400 square foot home offers 3 comfortable bedrooms, 2 full baths, a main floor laundry and a spacious kitchen, all at an attractive price. This home is an excellent choice for anyone.

Thursday 30 April 2015
Posted by:  9:02 AM CST

We now proudly offer superior quality LED lighting options that are UL/ETL listed. LED Puck lights offer clean and simple lines with cutting-edge bulb technology that provides powerful, bright light without the energy consumption and heat. LED puck lights are available in 1.5, 2.5 & 3 watts and can last for 25,000-50,000 hours depending on wattage. They are available in multiple finishes to compliment your décor. The Unique low profile design of LED FlexTape allows for extreme design versatility. It can be used in many discreet locations, such as toe-kicks, above, under and inside cabinets and below shelves. The tape features an adhesive backing for easy peel-and-stick installation. When used in conjunction with aluminum extrusion or housing the tape lights may last upwards of 50,000 hours. FlexTape is also available in multiple wattage's.

Tuesday 31 March 2015
Posted by:  8:35 AM CST

Wisconsin Homes is excited to offer a new user tool for your convenience. Now it is easier than ever to get information for your new Wisconsin Homes building project. Simply click on the Contact button, submit your completed Information Request Form and you will be contacted by the builder who markets our homes in your area. Meanwhile, we will provide you with a few handy brochures to help inspire your creativity.

Wednesday 21 January 2015
Posted by:  8:45 AM CST

Wisconsin Homes continues to simplify the ordering process with the addition of a new full color brochure. It will be easier than ever to select from our cabinetry collection. Choose your favorite wood species, stain and door style. Please contact your builder for more information.

Wednesday 7 January 2015
Posted by:  8:52 AM CST

Declining Treasury yields are pushing mortgage rates back down toward record lows. The average interest rate on 30-year fixed-rate mortgages fell to 3.76% as of noon Tuesday, according to preliminary data from mortgage information website The last time it came close to this level was in May 2013, (more)

Friday 5 December 2014
Posted by:  8:29 AM CST

WASHINGTON -- When it comes to buying a house, are you in the "no way I could possibly qualify" category? Not enough cash in the bank for a down payment or closing costs? Credit scores good but not great? So much deferred student loan debt that you assume any (more)