Who Might Live in Affordable Housing

Who might live in a 100% affordable community for people living at 0-80% of the MFI?

DC Median Family Income1 = $129,000 for a family of four

Examples of Typical Sources of Income2
RANGE #1: 0—30 % MFI
10%   $12,900
Laborer; Some Social Security Recipients
20%   $25,800
Cashier; Fast food Cook; Parking Attendant; Barbers; Some Social Security Recipients
30%   $38,700
Security Guards; Dry Cleaning Workers; Ground Maintenance Workers; Teaching Assistants; Home Health and Personal Care Aides; Child Care Workers; Bus Drivers; Some Social Security Recipients
RANGE #2: 30%50% MFI
40%   $51, 600
Secretaries Administrative Assistants; Roofers; Lab Technician; Police and Fire Dispatchers; Opticians; Some Social Security Recipients
50%   $64,500
Locksmiths; Welders; Real Estate Agents; Chefs; Payroll Clerk; Tellers
RANGE #3:  50%80% MFI
60%   $77,400
Elementary & Secondary Teachers; Dietitians; Plumbers; Clergy;
HVAC Mechanics; Police Officers
70%   $90,300
Technical Writer; Post-Secondary Teachers; Dental Hygienists; Physical Therapists
80%   $103,200
Property Appraisers; Speech Pathologists; Computer Systems Administrators; Construction Managers

1 Maximum Household Income Limits, rents and purchase prices are based on the Washington Metropolitan Statistical Area 2021 Median Family Income (MFI), previously referred to as Area Median Income (AMI), of $129,000 for a household of four, as published by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) on April 1, 2021. 2 Source: U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

2 May 2020 State Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates

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