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HUD's 2013 AMI Income limits: These numbers were released on December 11, 2012. In order to be eligible for assistance, a household's annual gross income must be within the income limits set for the federal rental assistance program (also known as Section 8 or the Housing Choice Voucher Program).
Information every tenant with a voucher needs to know about their CORI (Criminal Offender record informaiton).
This document with information on newly proposed FMR's for FY 2013 has been updated and published.
The Family Self-Sufficiency Program is a voluntary five-year program for families with Section 8 vouchers. The program helps families become financially independent. Program particiants set financial,educational and career goals over a certain time period. Sucessful graduates can save for down payments on a home,small businesses as well as education for them or their children.
The Center for Public Policy conducts research and informs the public on proposed budgets and tax policies. They help ensure that the needs of low income families and individuals are taken in account during policy debates. This document explains the history of vouchers,how the current program works, how it is funded and what the eligibilty requirements are.
You live in Public Housing and you are currently out of work. When you start working again you need to know how this will affect your rent payment. The institute for community inclusion created this site for you to learn how and when your rent payment will increase.
Beginning January 6, 2003, the Massachusetts chapter of NAHRO opened a new centralized waiting list. This page lists the participating housing authorities and the income limits. You can also download the application.