SAN JUAN COUNTY Effective: 2/11/05 to 3/7/06 (ARCHIVE)

2005 Median Income: $60,100


Maximum HOUSEHOLD INCOME for All Tax Credit and Bond Financed Properties
(Table A, B, & C Properties)
Set-Aside %1 Person2 People3 People4 People5 People6 People7 People8 People
80 %$33,680$38,480$43,280$48,080$51,920$55,760$59,600$63,440
60 %$25,260$28,860$32,460$36,060$38,940$41,820$44,700$47,580
50 %$21,050$24,050$27,050$30,050$32,450$34,850$37,250$39,650
45 %$18,945$21,645$24,345$27,045$29,205$31,365$33,525$35,685
40 %$16,840$19,240$21,640$24,040$25,960$27,880$29,800$31,720
35 %$14,735$16,835$18,935$21,035$22,715$24,395$26,075$27,755
30 %$12,630$14,430$16,230$18,030$19,470$20,910$22,350$23,790


Maximum RENTS for Projects Based on UNIT SIZE
Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program

(Used for projects that received allocations in 1990 and after or pre-1990 projects
which elected to switch in February 1994.)
Set-Aside %Studio1 Bedroom2 Bedroom3 Bedroom4 Bedroom5 Bedroom
60 %$631$676$811$937$1,045$1,153
50 %$526$563$676$781$871$961
45 %$473$507$608$703$784$865
40 %$421$451$541$625$697$769
35 %$368$394$473$546$609$672
30 %$315$338$405$468$522$576


Maximum RENTS for Projects Based on HOUSEHOLD SIZE
Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program

(Used for projects that received allocations in 1989 and prior.)
Set-Aside %1 Person2 People3 People4 People5 People6 People7 People8 People
60 %$631$721$811$901$973$1,045$1,117$1,189
50 %$526$601$676$751$811$871$931$991
45 %$473$541$608$676$730$784$838$892
40 %$421$481$541$601$649$697$745$793
35 %$368$420$473$525$567$609$651$693
30 %$315$360$405$450$486$522$558$594