New Affordable Housing Rental and Income Information

The US Department of  Housing and Urban Development has released new information on Affordable Housing Income Restrictions and Fair Market Rents.  This information is summarized below.

Efficiency One-
Bedroom
Two-
Bedroom
Three-Bedroom Four-
Bedroom
2000 $791
2001 $813
2002 $841
2003 $855
2004 $892
2005 $597 $707 $919 $1,098 $1,132
2006 $619 $725 $954 $1,138 $1,174
2007 $651 $762 $1,003 $1,197 $1,235
2008 $743 $870 $1,145 $1,366 $1,409
2009 $774 $906 $1,192 $1,422 $1,467

These rents relate to what has been deemed affordable to people with the following income limits.

1 Person Low Income 2 Person Low Income 3 Person Low Income 4 Person Low Income 5 Person Low Income
2000 $ 28,900 $ 33,000 $ 37,150 $ 41,300 $ 44,600
2001 $ 29,250 $ 33,400 $ 37,600 $ 41,750 $ 45,100
2002 $ 31,650 $ 36,150 $ 40,700 $ 45,200 $ 48,800
2003 $ 33,750 $ 38,600 $ 43,400 $ 48,250 $ 52,100
2004 $ 34,600 $ 39,550 $ 44,500 $ 49,450 $ 53,400
2005 $ 36,800 $ 42,050 $ 47,300 $ 52,550 $ 56,750
2006 $ 40,150 $ 45,900 $ 51,600 $ 57,350 $ 61,950
2007 $ 40,150 $ 45,900 $ 51,600 $ 57,350 $ 61,950
2008 $ 41,450 $ 47,350 $ 53,300 $ 59,200 $ 63,950
2009 $ 43,450 $ 49,700 $ 55,900 $ 62,100 $ 67,050
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