Public Housing Income Table

The table below summarizes the current family income limits for the Fall River Housing Authority programs.
INCOME LIMITS FOR ADMISSION TO PUBLIC HOUSING
Effective: April 1, 2021
To be eligible for admission to public housing, an applicant family’s annual income must not exceed the Income Limits set by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
Specifically, at the time of application, annual household income must be no more than 80% of Area Median Income (AMI) for the size of the family.
Fall River Housing Authority (FRHA) is required to use the income limits that HUD develops for the “Providence-Fall River, RI-MA HUD Metro” Fair Market Rent area.
As of April 1, 2021, the updated HUD Income Limits are:
# Persons in Household
Low ≤ 80% AMI
Very Low ≤ 50% AMI
Extremely Low ≤ 30% AMI
1
$48,450
$30,300
$18,200
2
$55,400
$34,600
$20,800
3
$62,300
$38,950
$23,400
4
$69,200
$43,250
$26,500
5
$74,750
$46,750
$31,040
6
$80,300
$50,200
$35,580
7
$85,850
$53,650
$40,120
8
$91,350
$57,100
$44,660
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