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2013 CDBG, HOME, NSP, LIHTC and HPTF Program Limits

Annually, DHCD makes available to project developers and sponsors the current US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) issued income and rent limits for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME) and Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) funded activities, as well as the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) and Housing Production Trust Fund (HPTF) income and rent limits. As of the effective dates noted, and until further notice, project sponsors currently receiving CDBG, HOME, NSP, LIHTC or HPTF funds should use the following limits as they set their fiscal year 2012 occupancy and rent guidelines. The Washington, DC area median income as determined by HUD for fiscal year 2013 is to equal $107,300.

HOME  (eff. 3/15/2013)

1 person

2 person

3 person

4 person

5 person

6 person

7 person

8 person

ELI (30%)

22550

25800

29000

32200

34800

37400

39950

42550

VLI (50%)

37600

42950

48300

53650

57950

62250

66550

70850

60%

45120

51540

57960

64380

69540

74700

79860

85020

Low Income (80%)

46750

53400

60100

66750

72100

77450

82800

88150

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CDBG   (eff. 12/11/12)

1 person

2 person

3 person

4 person

5 person

6 person

7 person

8 person

VLI (50%)

37600

42950

48300

53650

57950

62250

66550

70850

Low Income (80%)

49200

56200

63250

70250

75900

81500

87150

92750

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NSP  (eff. 12/11/12)

1 person

2 person

3 person

4 person

5 person

6 person

7 person

8 person

Low Income (50%)

37600

42950

48300

53650

57950

62250

66550

70850

Moderate Income (120%)

90150

103000

115900

128750

139050

149350

159650

169950

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LIHTC  (eff. 12/11/12)

1 person

2 person

3 person

4 person

5 person

6 person

7 person

8 person

50% AMI

37600

42950

48300

53650

57950

62250

66550

70850

140% AMI Over Income

52640

60130

67620

75110

81130

87150

93170

99190

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

60% AMI

45120

51540

57960

64380

69540

74700

79860

85020

140% AMI Over Income

63168

72156

81144

90132

97356

104580

111804

119028

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Uncapped Limits

Washington, DC

Effective 6/14/11

1 person

59450

2 person

67950

3 person

76450

4 person

84900

5 person

91700

6 person

98500

7 person

105300

8 person

112100

FY 2013

Median Family

Income (MFI)

 

 

$107,300

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

URA   (eff. 12/11/2012)

2012 HOME Rents

Effective 2/9/2012

1 person

46750

 

EFF

2 person

53400

 

1 BR

3 person

60100

 

2 BR

4 person

66750

 

3 BR

5 person

72100

 

4 BR

6 person

77450

 

5 BR

7 person

82800

 

6 BR

8 person

88150

 

 

Low HOME Rent

941

1008

1210

1397

1558

1720

1881

 

High HOME Rent

1118

1199

1441

1656

1828

1998

2169

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2013 LIHTC Rents

Effective 12/11/2012

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EFF

1 Bedroom

2 Bedroom

3 Bedroom

4 Bedroom

5 Bedroom

 

 

50% AMI

940

1006

1207

1395

1556

1717

 

 

60% AMI

1128

1208

1449

1674

1867

2061

 

 

  • For all HOME projects, the maximum allowable rent is the HUD calculated High HOME Rent Limit and/or Low HOME Rent Limit.
  • Home Program Income Limits and Rents are effective 2/9/12.  Use 2011 Income Limits and Rents until “new” effective date.
  • Uncapped Income Limits for 2012 have not been released. The website will be updated when the limits are available.


HOME/CDBG/NSP/LIHTC Income Limits

Uniform Relocation Act Income Limits

Washington DC Uncapped Limits

HOME and LIHTC Rent Program Limits

HPTF Income and Rent Limits

For your information, the following link provides the prior fiscal year guidelines: