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Alma Center, WI FHA Loans in Wisconsin

FHA loans differ from conventional loans in a number of ways. The down payment required for an FHA-insured loan is usually much lower than for conventional loans. FHA loans also have lower credit requirements than conventional loans, making them more available to a wider range of potential homebuyers.

 

FHA loans offer Alma Center, WI residents several other valuable benefits, not least of which is those aforementioned smaller down payments. Unlike a conventional loan, which ordinarily requires 10-20% down, FHA-insured loans only require down payments as low as 3-5%. The FHA is also more flexible in calculating factors to determine whether or not to approve the loan, factors such as household income and repayment ratios.

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Alma Center, Wisconsin News
Students learn dangers of tobacco use

Forty-two high school students from Black River Falls, Melrose-Mindoro and Alma Center-Humbird-Merrillan school districts participated in the Teens Against Tobacco Use program, or TATU.


Inferno destroys Alma Center building

It took firefighters from eight departments five hours to battle a smoky blaze that destroyed a Chippewa Bi Products building and left Alma Center temporarily without power last week.


Sentencings

Daniel G. Topping, 30, Black River Falls, was sentenced to pay $309 in fines and court costs on a charge of disorderly conduct.


Arrests

Trisha G. Abbott-Mathews, 18, Melrose, was booked on a warrant pickup. Justin J. Baxter, 24, Alma Center, was booked for failure to pay fines and a probation violation hold.


Area businesses destroyed, damaged by fires

Fires in Alma Center, Stanley and Fall Creek on Thursday and Friday destroyed two businesses and damaged another and a shed.


Investigating the Chippewa Bi Products Fire

It appears an electrical problem is to blame for the fire that destroyed a building at a Jackson County business Thursday night.


Jackson County Sheriffa s Department

The following incidents were reported by the Jackson County Sheriff's Department Incidents Nov.


Arrests

Gina M. Anderson, 41, Taylor, was booked on a probation violation hold. Edwin L. Berg, 31, Alma Center, was booked for operating while intoxicated.


AC-H-M super to retire

Alma Center-Humbird-Merrillan School District Superintendent Bob Lambert will retire at the end of the school year after six years.


Two men officially charged in Alma Center burglaries

The two men arrested for breaking into several businesses in Alma Center and Black River Falls have been charged with several felony counts of burglary.


Meeting hopes to combat underage drinking

Concerns over local underage drinking have initiated a town hall-type meeting that will take place later this month.


Thousands Out to See Obama

Second Street in downtown La Crosse is filled with the sounds of chanting, for the man who some say will be the next President of the United States.


Man charged with injuring handicapped woman

An Alma Center man has been charged with reportedly injuring a 60-year-old woman with Parkinson's disease after taking her for a day from a nursing home.


Koehler, Agnes T.

Agnes Koehler, 87, Appleton, died Saturday, September 27, 2008, after a lengthy struggle with dementia.


Diversity Day at Highground gives eighth-graders a new experience

Each year after school starts, eighth-graders from Neillsville Middle School and students from surrounding communities come to The Highground, six miles west of Neillsville, to participate in a cultural ...


Sentencings

Kirk R. Standstraight, 26, Black River Falls, was sentenced to pay $3,000 out of each per cap check for fines totaling $6,220, 120 days in jail, license revocation for 32 months and alcohol assessment on ...


Jackson County Sheriff's Department

The following incidents were reported by the Jackson County Sheriff's Department Incidents August 18 2:07 p.m.: Tara A. Dinger, 34, Melrose, reported a theft from her vehicle.


ARRESTS

Thomas M. Bahr, 24, Hixton, was booked for failure to pay a fine. Robert J.L. Barhyte, 38, Black River Falls, was booked for violating a domestic abuse injunction and bail jumping.


Jackson County Circuit Court and Traffic Report

Damian L. Benedict, 17, Merrillan, was fined $10 for mandatory seatbelt requirements.


Arrests

The following people were booked into the Jackson County Jail: Cyrus P. Cuba, 19, Black River Falls, was booked for failure to pay a fine.


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