Houses for sale on the Extended Listing are available to owner-occupants and investors who want to earn rental income. Houses are also listed with external agents. Work with your realtor to find your new home in the city.
Be sure to visit our website on Monday, June 19 to view a new listing of properties posted to the Current Listing!
2407 N. 8th Street
4 BR / 2 BA • 2,056 sq. ft.
This 1.5-story brick home was built in 1890, features a detached garage and sits on a 4,800 sq. ft. lot.
Asking Price: $14,900
DNS scope of work: $43,599
May be eligible for Rental Rehabilitation Loan Program funds (up to $14,999 per unit) or $20,000 forgivable loan.
Featured Single Family
4366 N. 26th Street
4 BR / 2 BA • 1,173 sq. ft.
This 2-story, side gabled, side entry cottage was built in 1923 and is located in the Garden Homes Neighborhood, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The lot is 3,700 sq. ft. and includes a side drive with detached garage.
Asking Price: $3,500
DNS scope of work: $67,253
May be eligible for $20,000 forgivable loan, WI Historic Homeowner’s Tax Credits and Transform Advantage mortgage pilot program.
STRONG Homes Loan Program
Accepting applications for current homeowners!
The STRONG Homes Loan Program from NIDC offers partially forgivable loans of up to $20,000 for emergency and essential repairs to owner occupants of 1-4 family properties throughout the City of Milwaukee on a first come, first served basis. Technical assistance will also be provided to assist with rehab projects.
Lead Poisoning Prevention
Receive up to $370 per window to replace lead-based painted windows
Do you own property built before 1950 in the 53204, 53205, 53206, 53208, 53209, 53210, 53212, 53215 or 53216 zip codes? And have children under 4 years old? If so, your property may be eligible for subsidized window replacement.
View flyer for eligibility and location requirements, or call (414) 286-5987.
An additional $5,000/unit is available to address environmental asthma triggers if anyone 2-40 years old has asthma.
Community Improvement Project Grants - Info Sessions
NIDC offers Community Improvement Project (CIP) grants to support community projects that engage community members and physically improve neighborhoods in Milwaukee. The maximum CIP grant request available for a project is $4,000. Attending an info session is required.
- Wednesday, June 14, 6-7pm
Center Street Library, 2727 W. Fond du Lac Ave.
- Thursday, June 15, 10-11am
Martin Luther King Jr. Library, 310 W. Locust St.
Family Health Fairs
The City of Milwaukee Health Department invites you to the 2nd annual Family Health Fairs for free health screenings, services, health information and resource tables from City departments such as the MPD, MFD, DNS, DCD and DOA.
- June 15, 11am-5pm - Northwest Health Center
- June 22, 11am-5pm - Keenan Health Center
- June 29, 11am-5pm - Southside Health Center
Visit our City of Milwaukee DCD table TOMORROW for info on housing and programs!
Saturday, June 18, 10am-4pm
Tripoli Shrine Center, 3000 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Each year Historic Concordia Neighbors, Inc. (HCNI) conducts one of the most popular home tours in the state. Everything from beautifully restored Victorian mansions of Milwaukee's most famous residents to restoration work in progress. Learn the history, meet the neighbors, enjoy the entertainment. $20 at door.
Open our flyer of Historic Houses for sale.
Attend the next session to learn more about the Homebuyer Assistance Program, which offers assistance from a rehab specialist and up to $20,000 forgivable loans for the rehab of City-owned homes.
Monday, June 19, 6-7:30 p.m.
Bay View Library (Community Room),
2566 S. Kinnickinnic Ave.
View program brochure to find out more about this exciting opportunity!
Share with your friends and RSVP on our facebook events page.
Milwaukee Shines Solar Group Buy
Please join us for an upcoming free Power Hour information session to find out how you can install solar with the group buy program and be a part of Milwaukee's clean energy revolution! More sessions online.
- Wednesday, June 21, 6-7 PM, East Library, 2320 N. Cramer St.
- Wednesday, July 12, 5:30-6:30 PM, Urban Ecology Center, 3700 W. Pierce St.
Attend the next Department of Neighborhood Services FREE 5-hour training seminar and receive a 100-page manual and certificate of completion. More sessions online.
- Wednesday, June 21, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Sign-In: 8:30 a.m.
Water Tower, 4001 S. 6th St., 3rd floor
- Monday, July 10, 12:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Sign-In: noon
Forest Home Library, 1432 W. Forest Home Ave.
Buy $1 Lot + Get $10,000 Forgivable Loan to Build
Subdivisions offer many advantages to prospective homebuyers:
• Brand new construction in the heart of the city of Milwaukee – close to downtown
• Fully improved lots, including sewer, water, lighting and sidewalks
• Shop and compare – affordable
lot pricing means more house
for your money!