HUD Income Limits
HUD Income Guidelines are for use in rental or homeownership projects. In the tables Very Low Income is defined as 50 percent of Area Median Income (AMI) and Low Income as 80 percent of AMI. Per HUD guidelines, 60 percent of AMI is calculated by multiplying the Very Low Income limit by 1.20. Limits are effective April 18, 2022.
Maximum Purchase Price Limits
State Mortgage Revenue Bond Maximum Purchase Price Limits for non-targeted areas are for use with homeownership projects.
- Alaska Effective June 25, 2021
- Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, American Samoa Effective with IRS Rev. Proc. 2021-17
- Hawaii Effective February 28, 2022
- Idaho Effective June 8, 2021
- Iowa Effective May 10, 2021
- Minnesota Effective June 25, 2021
- Missouri Effective June 25, 2021
- Montana Effective April 26, 2021
- North Dakota Effective May 1, 2021
- Oregon Effective May 24, 2021
- South Dakota Effective June 25, 2021
- Utah Effective January 1, 2022
- Washington Effective February 14, 2022
- Wyoming Effective June 14, 2021
NAHASDA Income Limits
Native American Housing and Self Determination Act (NAHASDA) income limits are for use in homeownership and rental projects for households eligible for NAHASDA assistance from a Tribally Designated Housing Authority (enrolled members of American Indian or Alaska Native tribes), or Native Hawaiians eligible for Title VIII-Housing Assistance (Native Hawaiians who reside on Hawaiian Home Lands). The attached document provides limits for the United States and for areas of Alaska. For Hawaii, use the United States limit. Limits shown in the attached document are 80% of area median income (AMI). For Competitive Affordable Housing Program projects that targeted 50% or 60% of AMI, inquire with the Bank on applicable limits. Limits are effective June 22, 2021.