The City of Wichita Housing Authority is beginning to reposition 352 single family units in its holdings. An initial round of 13 single family homes will be made available for sale the week of September 25 and additional units will be available in the future.
The City will begin accepting offers on the units as of Monday, September 25 and staff will host open houses for the homes between Wednesday, September 27 and Friday, September 29. Offers will be accepted for consideration for at least two weeks, and this timeframe may be extended, subject to need and interest.
Detailed information on each unit, and the process for submitting a written offer will be available at https://www.wichita.gov/Economic/Pages/RealEstate.aspx as of September 25. Offers should include the name(s) of the individual(s) or entity making the offer, a description of intended use for the property (owner occupied, investment property, etc.) and proposed terms (cash purchase, financing, etc.). Questions may be directed to City staff at HousingDevelopment@wichita.gov.
The 13 homes being sold are part of a group of 37 homes scattered throughout the City that were recently approved for sale by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Additional homes in the group are currently occupied, and current residents are receiving notice and relocation counseling prior to the homes being marketed.
Open Houses are scheduled as follows:
9:30-11:30 a.m. Wednesday, September 27
- 1837 N Litchfield, 2620 E Stadium, 1213 E Selma
1:00-3:00 p.m. Thursday, September 28
- 3314 S Palisade, 3330 S Euclid, 3402 S Leonine, 4616 S Vine
1:00-3:00 p.m. Friday, September 29
- 1348 S Gordon, 1722 S Gordon, 3132 W Dora, 2002 S Poplar, 306 S Vassar, 5902 E Zimmerly
The City of Wichita Housing Authority (WHA) Public Housing division provides City-owned rental properties to low to moderate income individuals and families.
The program is made available with funding from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
HUD resources are combined with rent payments from tenants, to cover the costs of operating the program. The City charges no more than 30% of the gross adjusted household income for rent, or a flat market rent.
There are 578 units in the Public Housing inventory located throughout the city limits of Wichita.
- 352 single family houses will be repositioned through sale
- 226 apartment units are being converted through RAD
Wichita RAD Properties
Click the link below to learn more about Wichita RAD properties that are available through Mennonite Housing.