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Income and Rent Limits
 

To ensure housing availability for low and moderate income households, properties taking part in CHFA's rental finance programs have restrictions for a minimum "qualified project period" or the term of the loan, whichever is longer. These restrictions typically include the following:
  • A total of 75% of the units must be available and affordable to households with low and moderate income. "Moderate" is defined as 100% of the area median income adjusted for household size.
  • Of the total units in a development, either:
    • a minimum of 25% of the units must be available and affordable to households earning 50% of the area median income or less, adjusted for household size; or
    • a minimum of 45% of the units must be available and affordable to households earning 60% of the area median income or less, adjusted for household size.
  • The housing costs (rent plus an allowance for tenant-paid utilities) for all restricted units may not exceed 30% of the annual income ceiling for the various household sizes.

CHFA continuously monitors compliance with these requirements.

2014 Income and Rent Limits (pdf)

2013 Income and Rent Limits (pdf)

2012 Income and Rent Limits (pdf)

2011 Income and Rent Limits (pdf)

2010 Income and Rent Limits (pdf)

2009 Income and Rent Limits (pdf)

2008 Income and Rent Limits (pdf)

2007 Income and Rent Limits (pdf)

2006 Income and Rent Limits

2005 Income and Rent Limits (pdf)

2004 Income and Rent Limits

2003 Income and Rent Limits

2002 Income and Rent Limits

2001 Income and Rent Limits


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