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2019 HUD Income Limits


Household Size
Median Income12345678
30%$26,050$29,800$33,500$37,200$40,200$43,200$46,150$49,150
50%$43,400$49,600$55,800$62,000$67,000$71,950$76,900$81,850
60%$52,100$59,500$66,950$74,400$80,350$86,300$92,250$98,200
80%$69,450$79,350$89,300$99,200$107,150$115,050$123,000$130,950
100%$86,800$99,200$111,600$124,000$133,900$143,850$153,750$163,700
120%$104,150$119,050$133,900$148,800$160,700$172,600$184,500$196,400
130%$112,850$128,950$145,100$161,200$174,100$187,000$199,900$212,800
  • HUD Median Income: $124,000
  • Income limits are rounded to nearest $50 (up or down)

Effective May 1, 2019 for home and Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) programs in Suffolk County and Nassau County. These limits are based on HUD estimates of Median Family Income (MFI), with adjustments based on family size. HUD calculates MFI for a family for each metropolitan area and each nonmetropolitan county throughout the country.

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