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

2005 Median Income: $54,600


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 %$30,560$34,960$39,280$43,680$47,200$50,640$54,160$57,680
60 %$22,920$26,220$29,460$32,760$35,400$37,980$40,620$43,260
50 %$19,100$21,850$24,550$27,300$29,500$31,650$33,850$36,050
45 %$17,190$19,665$22,095$24,570$26,550$28,485$30,465$32,445
40 %$15,280$17,480$19,640$21,840$23,600$25,320$27,080$28,840
35 %$13,370$15,295$17,185$19,110$20,650$22,155$23,695$25,235
30 %$11,460$13,110$14,730$16,380$17,700$18,990$20,310$21,630


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 %$573$614$736$852$949$1,048
50 %$477$511$613$710$791$873
45 %$429$460$552$639$712$786
40 %$382$409$491$568$633$699
35 %$334$358$429$497$553$611
30 %$286$307$368$426$474$524


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 %$573$655$736$819$885$949$1,015$1,081
50 %$477$546$613$682$737$791$846$901
45 %$429$491$552$614$663$712$761$811
40 %$382$437$491$546$590$633$677$721
35 %$334$382$429$477$516$553$592$630
30 %$286$327$368$409$442$474$507$540