For information regarding transactional topics, see the resources below.
Do you want to learn more about Condominium Law? The WRA offers many valuable resources about the law, forms use and more.
The WRA offers a collection of resources for issues related to Disclosure and Agency Law ranging from legal resources to state statutes and rules. You will also find consumer articles and products.
Stay up-to-date on the latest updates to real estate forms. The WRA works with the DSPS on all revisions and approved forms.
Learn more about home inspections and the home inspection contingency with these resources.
The WRA offers a collection of resources for issues related to Mortgage Fraud, Credit & Homeownership Counseling Services, Customers Resources, Foreclosure Prevention and much more.
The WRA offers many valuable offer to purchase resources about the forms use and more.
This collection of both state and federal resources provides information regarding landlord-tenant issues, including property management, residential rental statutes and rules, DATCP information, lead-based paint, forms and products and apartment associations.
WRA Legal Resources
Legal Update — Residential Rental
Legal Hottips — Land/Tenant Issues
Wisconsin Property Management
A real estate license is required to provide brokerage services, which include the promotion of real estate rental or leasing as well as lease negotiation and drafting. Brokers must have proper agency authority (typically a WB-37 Exclusive Listing Contract for Lease of Real Property or the WRA Property Management Agreement) to provide property management services.
TRID Changes to Residential Mortgage TransactionsChanges are coming to residential real estate transactions starting October 3, 2015. Most residential transactions involving a mortgage will use the new disclosure forms created by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”). Consumers will receive a new form called the Loan Estimate when they apply for a loan and the Closing Disclosure will be used at closing instead of the HUD-1.
As part of the state's 1999-2001 biennial budget, a few controversial changes were made to the use value program.