snohomish COUNTY Effective: 4/14/17 (CURRENT)

2017 Median Income: $96,000


Maximum HOUSEHOLD INCOME for All Tax Credit and Bond Financed Properties
(REQUIRED to qualify residents.)
Set-Aside %1 Person2 People3 People4 People5 People6 People7 People8 People
80 %$53,760$61,440$69,120$76,800$82,960$89,120$95,280$101,440
60 %$40,320$46,080$51,840$57,600$62,220$66,840$71,460$76,080
50 %$33,600$38,400$43,200$48,000$51,850$55,700$59,550$63,400
45 %$30,240$34,560$38,880$43,200$46,665$50,130$53,595$57,060
40 %$26,880$30,720$34,560$38,400$41,480$44,560$47,640$50,720
35 %$23,520$26,880$30,240$33,600$36,295$38,990$41,685$44,380
30 %$20,160$23,040$25,920$28,800$31,110$33,420$35,730$38,040


Maximum RENTS for Projects Based on UNIT SIZE
Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program
Set-Aside %Studio1 Bedroom2 Bedroom3 Bedroom4 Bedroom5 Bedroom
60 %$1,008$1,080$1,296$1,497$1,671$1,844
50 %$840$900$1,080$1,248$1,392$1,536
45 %$756$810$972$1,123$1,253$1,383
40 %$672$720$864$998$1,114$1,229
35 %$588$630$756$873$974$1,075
30 %$504$540$648$748$835$922