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HUD Household Income Limits
Citizens participating in the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funded programs offered by Jacksonville Community Development must have a household income of less than 80% of the area median income.

These limits are published annually by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development.

HUD Income Limits for 2016 (effective May 18, 2016)
 Persons  Income  Persons  Income
 1  $28,700  5  $44,250
 2  $32,800  6  $47,550
 3  $36,900  7  $50,800
 4  $40,950  8  $54,100

HUD is a key resource for Jacksonville Community Development programs. Funding secured by the City from HUD allows Jacksonville Community Development to provide financial assistance and incentives to buyers and current owners.

As a result of HUD funding sources, the City is able to offer deferred forgivable loans for lots and financial assistance to buyers through the Downtown Housing Initiative, and also offer current owners in the City demolition and rehabilitation services.

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