Michigan

What is the maximum income one can earn to qualify for low income housing in Michigan?

012

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered
2013-04-18 22:10:06
2013-04-18 22:10:06

The maximum income one can earn to qualify for low income housing is $10,000 a year. There's some complications with that, however, as the form for filling out the low income registration can be difficult and not everyone with that low of an income may want to deal with it.

001
๐ŸŽƒ
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
๐Ÿ˜‚
0
User Avatar

Related Questions


That depends on the state you live in. You will have to contact your local housing athority.


If you are on disability you can qualify for low income housing. If you are a single parent with kids you can also qualify. You must apply for low income rent housing and you must qualify. Typically you have to be below the 50% median income level to qualify for hud section 8 rental housing.


somewhere around 25,000 dollars depending on what side of town you live on.


For Low Income housing you would want to contact the court house and DCF and try and get onto the Section 8 list for low income housing another way you can qualify is to contact DCF and talk to them about applying for the low income housing and they will tell you where the low income housing are in your area.


talk to your local housing authority


The highest average level of income needed to qualify for low income housing is $15,000 if I am not mistaken. I know that if you cannot be a college student if you plan to apply to live in them.


A good way to find out if you qualify for low-rent housing is to go to your local state website to view the requirements.Be warned that some people who do qualify and live in low-income housing are sometimes classless and the quality of life can be poor


You can qualify for low income housing by contacting the U.S. Department of Housing. You will have to fill out an application and send it to them. For more information, you can go the U.S. Department of Housing website: http://portal.hud.gov/hudportal/HUD?src=/topics/rental_assistance/phprog


Yes, you need to be on government assistance to qualify for low income housing in Florida. Just go to hud.gov/renting/index.cfm and you can get more information


Different apartments have different rules when determining income based housing. You do not necessarily have to live in poverty to qualify for an income based aprtment. You may want to contact the complex that you are interested in and ask them for their gudelines on income based housing.


I found a great website that will definitely answer your question! The website is called [ affordablehousingonline.com/section8housing.asp ] Explore the whole site and there is a section that talks about if people qualify for low income housing.


Low income housing varies from state to state. Some states require people to qualify before they are considered, as there is tough competition to move in. Look in the classified sections of your local newspaper for cheap housing options.


www.hud.gov will help you find out if you qualify for low income housing in Cheyenne.


If you are unsure of whether you quality for low income housing, you can visit www.hud.gov to find out. Additionally, you can contact your local HUD branch to speak with an adviser.


The maximum percentage of net spendable income that should be set aside for housing is 38 percent. It is important to choose housing that you will be able to afford to pay for each month.


In order to qualify for HUD housing, one must be a low income individual or family, and have US citizenship status. Annual gross income, qualification as elderly or family, and citizenship status are all baselines for qualifications.


According to affordablehousingonline.com, they show the precise qualifications to get into section 8 housing. To qualify for section 8 housing, you must be a low income person, meaning that you must make below 50% of the median area income of your area. This website has a calculator to help you find what this median area income of your area is and has other helpful tips.


If you want to find out if you qualify for section 8 housing the best thing to do is contact the Department of Housing and Urban Development. You can also contact a local designated agency or organization that is a public housing authority. For you to qualify for Section 8 housing you must be a low-income family (below 50% of the Area Median Income). You can check those figures online at the Department of Housing and Urban Development's website.


No minimum income amount is required but the debtor must have a regular source of income and qualify under the maximum amount of secured and unsecured debt guidelines.


Find out how to apply for Public Housing or Housing Choice (Section 8) Vouchers by visiting the US Dept. of Housing and Urban Development website.


"Low income" considers a number of factors in the determination of eligibility for subsidized housing, including family size. In order to qualify for low income housing, individuals must apply to the housing authority in their city, county or state.


No. Anyone who meets the general criteria of income and background information can qualify.


You can go to your local housing authority, and ask them for help in applying for a federal loan. They will tell you if you qualify.


Low income senior housing is much the same as traditional section 8, but the income requirements may sometimes be set a little bit higher. You also must be over a certain age to qualify for low income senior housing. Section 8 housing is available to anyone who qualifies based on their income. Senior low income housing is only available to seniors with low income.


It depends on what type of social worker you are refering to. You would need to contact the local housing authority to find out how you apply and if you qualify for low income housing.



Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.