Annual Tax Credit Available!

You may qualify for an annual $2,000 tax credit for the LIFE of your mortgage!

25% of your annual mortgage interest can be refunded int he form of a federal income tax credit of up to $2,000 over the life of your mortgage.

First-time home buyers in Wisconsin may be eligible for the WHEDA Tax Advantage, a Mortgage Credit Certificate (MCC) Program. The program provides a special tax credit to qualified borrowers, which reduces their federal income tax liability over the life of the mortgage.

This program is available to borrowers through financing from Inlanta Mortgage, a WHEDA approved mortgage lender.  An overview is below; please contact us today to get all the details!

Borrower Eligibility:

  • Available to first-time* home buyers and the following exceptions:
    – Borrowers in a  Targeted Area
    – Veterans
  • Purchase price less than $265,150
  • Income Limits (see chart)

*Have not owned a home
in last 3 years.

Property Eligibility:

  • 1-2 family primary residence
  • 2 units must be more than 5 years old
  • Condominiums

Features:

  • Annual tax credit is 25% or 40% of annual interest paid for target areas or veterans
  • Max annual tax credit up to $2,000 for life of the mortgage
  • Available to WHEDA borrowers and non-WHEDA borrowers

Tax Advice Disclaimer

The information on this website should not be used in any actual transaction without the advice and guidance of a professional Tax Adviser who is familiar with all the relevant facts.  Although the information contained here is presented in good faith and believed to be correct, it is General in nature and is not intended as tax advice. Furthermore, the information contained herein may not be applicable to or suitable for the individuals’ specific circumstances or needs and may require consideration of other matters.

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