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For some areas, HUD adjusts rents for low and high housing costs or uses the state nonmetro area median income. If you notice an incongruity between the county median income and the reported maximum incomes and rents, it is likely that HUD has adjusted these figures. 

The following results cover two situations.  Our first set of rents and incomes is for existing properties.  Such properties may be subject to the "hold harmless" policy in which rents and incomes are not subject to decreases according to the Housing and Economic Recovery Act (HERA). The second set of tables illustrates rents and incomes for properties which have not yet been placed in service. The "hold harmless" policy does not apply to these properties per HERA. Please visit the HUD User website to determine which set of income limits apply to your property

2017 Income limits and rents have an as-of date of 4/14/2017

Is this area subject to the Hold Harmless Policy per HERA? Yes

2017 Income Limits  for existing properties to which the Hold Harmless Limits apply per HERA.

State:

CA

2017 State Nonmetro Median: $59900
County:

San Francisco

2017 County Median Income: $115300
MSA name: San Francisco, CA HUD Metro FMR Area

MAXIMUM INCOMES

HOUSEHOLD SIZE

50% 60%
One Person: $48450 $58140
Two Persons: $55350 $66420
Three Persons: $62250 $74700
Four Persons: $69150 $82980
Five Persons: $74700 $89640
Six Persons: $80250 $96300

MAXIMUM RENTS*

UNIT SIZE

50% 60%
Studio $1211.25 $1453.5
One-bedroom: $1297.5 $1557
Two-bedroom: $1556.25 $1867.5
Three-bedroom: $1798.125 $2157.75
Four-bedroom: $2006.25 $2407.5

2017 Income Limits  for properties to which the Hold Harmless Limits do not apply per HERA.
State:

CA

2017 State Nonmetro Median:

$59900
County:

San Francisco

2017 County Median Income: $115300
MSA name: San Francisco, CA HUD Metro FMR Area

MAXIMUM INCOMES

HOUSEHOLD SIZE

50% 60%
One Person: $46100 $55320
Two Persons: $52650 $63180
Three Persons: $59250 $71100
Four Persons: $65800 $78960
Five Persons: $71100 $85320
Six Persons: $76350 $91620

MAXIMUM RENTS*

UNIT SIZE

50% 60%
Studio $1152.5 $1383
One-bedroom: $1234.375 $1481.25
Two-bedroom: $1481.25 $1777.5
Three-bedroom: $1711.25 $2053.5
Four-bedroom: $1908.75 $2290.5
The following Maximum Income Trends table is for all properties regardless of Placed In Service Date

  Maximum Income Trends (10 years)

2008 Median Income: $94300
2009 Median Income: $96800
2010 Median Income: $99400
2011 Median Income: $101600
2012 Median Income: $103000
2013 Median Income: $101200
2014 Median Income: $97100
2015 Median Income: $101900
2016 Median Income: $107700
2017 Median Income: $115300

*All rents are gross rents (including utilities).  Utility allowances must be deducted from these rents to determine net or street rents.

**For nonmetro counties, the rents provided here have already been adjusted by HUD and no further adjustments are necessary.

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