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Area Median Income (AMI) Chart

 

Area Median Income

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Area Median Income (AMI)

The area median income for New York City in 2016 was $90,600 for a family of four.  The chart below shows the income limits for various income levels often targeted by low-income housing developers.

Area Median Income (AMI)
Household Size
  30% of AMI

(extremely low income)   
50% of AMI
(very low income)
60% of AMI

(low income housing tax credit maximum) 
 
80% AMI

(low income)
1
$19,050
$31,750 $38,100$50,800
2$21,750$36,250  
$43,500
$58,000
3$24,480 $40,800$48,960$78,336
4$27,180$45,300 $54,360$86,976


To review the complete set of income limits by AMI for 2016 or other years visit HUD’s website to view their data sets at http://www.huduser.org/portal/datasets/il.html
 

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