In order to qualify for an apartment, you must know how your income compares to the income limits determined by the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Our residents typically earn between 0-60% of AMI.

The set-aside percentage is your income level relative to those income limits.

These levels correspond with tiered rent levels in our apartments. Most buildings have apartments reserved for people in the 30%, 40%, 50%, and 60% ranges.

The income listed in the chart below is the maximum income you can have for that type of apartment.

2023 Multifamily Tax Subsidy Income Limits

All income limits shown in the following table are applicable in low-income housing credit projects that are using the income averaging test for compliance subsequent to the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2018, Pub.L. No. 115-141, 132 Stat. 348 (SEC. 103.). Please note, some programs may use different income limits.

Our property managers can help you determine your income level and if you qualify for low-income housing.
Set-aside Percentage1-Person2-Person3-Person4-Person5-Person6-Person7-Person8-Person
30%28,77032,88036,99041,10044,40047,70050,97054,270
40%38,36043,84049,32054,80059,20063,60067,96072,360
50%47,95054,80061,65068,50074,00079,50084,95090,450
60%57,54065,76073,98082,20088,80095,400101,940108,540

To use the table above, find your household size, then find the number that matches your household’s income (include any child support or other income).

The set aside percentage on the far left is where you qualify.