Housing Income Limits/Guidelines

 

U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) Income Limits For The

Los Angeles-Long Beach: Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA)

 

Extremely Low-Income Limit

30% of Median Family Income

Very Low-Income Limit

50% of Median Family Income

Home Funds Income Limit

60% of Median Family Income*

Low-Income Limit

80% of Median Family Income

 
FY 2011-2012 Income Limits

 

Effective Date: May 31, 2011


Household
Size

Extremely Low
(30%)

Very Low
(50%)

HOME Funds
(60%)

Low
(80%)

1 Person

$17,950

$29,900

$35,900

$47,850

2 Person

$20,500

$34,200

$41,000

$54,650

3 Person

$23,050

$38,450

$46,100

$61,500

4 Person

$25,600

$42,700

$51,200

$68,300

5 Person

$27,650

$46,150

$55,300

$73,800

6 Person

$29,700

$49,550

$59,400

$79,250

7 Person

$31,750

$52,950

$63,500

$84,700

8 Person

$33,800

$56,400

$67,600

$90,200

 

 

Source:         HUD revises the income limits on an annual basis for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME) and Emergency Shelter Grants (ESG) funded projects. The income limits above are to be used for FY 2009-2010.  FY 2009 Median Family Income (MFI) for Los Angeles-Long Beach MSA: is $62,100

 

* HOME limits are for agencies utilizing HOME Investment Partnership Act Funds (HOME)