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USDA Loan Program

Territory A

Mark Witt
Mark Witt Retail Lending Supervisor/Officer 608-429-2134 NMLS #469702 Contact Us Mortgage Application

Territory B

Patty Fritsche
Patty Fritsche Community Loan Officer 608-297-2184 NMLS #603362 Contact Us Mortgage Application Business Loan Inquiry

Territory C

Nate Daane
Nate Daane Mortgage Loan Officer 920-324-5551 NMLS #488702 Contact Us Mortgage Application

Territory D

Josh Wegner
Josh Wegner Consumer Lending Officer 920-887-8731 NMLS #1041685 Contact Us Mortgage Application

Territory E

Abby Funk
Abby Funk Retail Lending Associate 920-907-8630 NMLS #2211499 Contact Us Mortgage Application
Laura Jahns
Laura Jahns Retail and Mortgage Lending Officer 920-924-2204 NMLS #523934 Contact Us Mortgage Application
Kimberly Klaetsch
Kimberly Klaetsch Assistant Vice President - Consumer Lending Supervisor 920-907-8617 NMLS #634586 Contact Us Mortgage Application

Territory F

Kevin Bartelt
Kevin Bartelt Loan Officer 920-387-8787 NMLS #866773 Contact Us Mortgage Application

Territory G

Ryan Jaecks
Ryan Jaecks Assistant Vice President - Retail Lending 920-565-3351 NMLS #428237 Contact Us Mortgage Application

Territory H

Steve Loos
Steve Loos Assistant Vice President - Mortgages and Retail Lending 262-338-3838 NMLS #723398 Contact Us Mortgage Application
Joe Weber
Joe Weber Mortgage Loan Officer 262-523-5722 NMLS #400631 Contact Us Mortgage Application

How Can I Use the Single Family Guaranteed Loan?

The loan can be used for a variety of items. These include but are not limited to:

  • New or existing residential property to be used as a permanent residence.
  • Repairs and restoration used with the purchase of existing housing.
  • Special design features and permanently installed equipment to help one with physical disability.
  • Reasonable and customary connection fees, assessments or the proportional installment cost for utilities such as water, sewer, electricity and gas for which the buyer is liable.
  • A proportional share of real estate taxes that is due and payable on the property at the time of loan closing. Funds can be allowed for the establishment of escrow accounts for real estate taxes and/or hazard and flood insurance premiums.
  • Essential household equipment such as wall-to-wall carpeting, ovens, ranges, refrigerators, washers, dryers, heating and cooling equipment as long as the equipment is conveyed with the housing.
  • Purchasing and installing measures to promote energy efficiency (e.g. insulation, double-paned glass and solar panels).
  • Installing fixed broadband service to the household as long as the equipment is conveyed with the housing.

For more information on how the loan can be used and to learn if you're eligible visit USDA's website.

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