FY 2007 Income Limits

 

FY 2007 Income Limits

The effective date is March 20, 2007.

Access Individual Income Limits Areas

Access Individual Median Family Income Areas


Frequently Asked Questions

Median Family Incomes:

  • Transmittal Notice on Estimated Median Family Incomes for FY 2007,
    State Median Family Incomes in pdf

  • Tables for 1999 and Estimated FY2007 Decile Distributions by Area in pdf and MS WORD

Income Limits

  • FY 2007 Income Limits Briefing Material in pdf

  • Income Limit Area Definitions in pdf

  • Transmittal Notice of FY 2007 Income Limits for the Public Housing and Section 8 Programs in pdf

  • Tables for Section 8 Programs in pdf and MS WORD [updated April 25, 2007 to reflect 4/13/2007 technical correction]
    A technical correction was posted on April 13, 2007 affecting Median Family Incomes and Income Limits for the following areas: Sioux County, IA; Warren County, VA HMFA; and Northumberland County, VA. In addition, Median Family Income estimates for 15 areas were corrected, but their Income Limits were not affected: Valdez-Cordova Census Area; Shelby County, IL; Dickinson County, IA; Floyd County, KY; Gratiot County, MI; Pine county, MN; Lincoln County, MS; Columbia, MO; Furnas County, NE; Foster County, ND; Hettinger County, ND; McLean County, ND; Comanche County, TX; Gaines County, TX; Brunswick County, VA. This technical correction applies only to these two tables, as noted. If you downloaded this table or the Section 221, 235, 236 table before April 25, 2007, and have not included the 4/13/2007 technical correction, you have incorrect information for those areas. Click here for corrected data on these areas.

  • Data for Section 8 Income Limits in MS EXCEL

  • Transmittal Notice of FY 2007 Income Limits for the Section 221(d)(3) BMIR, Section 235 and Section 236 Programs in pdf

  • Tables for Section 221(d)(3) BMIR, Section 235 and Section 236 Programs in pdf and MS WORD [updated April 25, 2007 to reflect 4/13/2007 technical correction]
    A technical correction was posted on April 13, 2007 affecting Median Family Incomes and Income Limits for the following areas: Sioux County, IA; Warren County, VA HMFA; and Northumberland County, VA. In addition, Median Family Income estimates for 15 areas were corrected, but their Income Limits were not affected: Valdez-Cordova Census Area; Shelby County, IL; Dickinson County, IA; Floyd County, KY; Gratiot County, MI; Pine county, MN; Lincoln County, MS; Columbia, MO; Furnas County, NE; Foster County, ND; Hettinger County, ND; McLean County, ND; Comanche County, TX; Gaines County, TX; Brunswick County, VA. This technical correction applies only to these two tables, as noted. If you downloaded this table or the Section 8 table before April 25, 2007, and have not included the 4/13/2007 technical correction, you have incorrect information for those areas. Click here for corrected data on these areas.

State Income Limits and Median Family Incomes

  • To view the FY2007 State 30%, Very Low (50%) and Low (80%) Income Limits, please click here.

  • The Median Family Incomes are lower in FY2007 than FY2006. Most State Income Limits for FY2007 are held harmless (not allowed to decrease) at their FY2006 level. To see the State Income Limits for FY2006, please click here.

State Map of Median Income and Income Limits

To view all Section 8 Income Limits and Median Family Incomes for a specific State, in pdf format, go to the map below and click on that State.

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