Housing Kitsap

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Mutual Self Help Housing Income Limits

USDA Rural Development generally publishes its income limits around April of each year. The table below can help you determine if your income is near the limit. Gross income is used, which is income before taxes from any source.

Please use the table below as a guide. There are occasionally adjustments to be made to your income that might increase or decrease your level of eligibility.

Maximum Income Limits
as defined by USDA and HUD as of April 2018*

KITSAP COUNTY

Number of people in household

1 2 3 4
    5          6          7     

     8**   

Maximum Household Income Limit ($)
43,200 49,400 55,550 61,700 66,650 71,600 76,550 81,450

*Subject to change

**Please call for households with more than 8 members

The minimum income limit per household is approximately $30,000 per year for households with a very low debt-to-income ratio. If you are a very-low-income family, we look closely at your household budget to determine eligibility for our program.

 

READY TO GET STARTED? IT'S EASY!

Step One: Download an Application by clicking here


Step Two: Once you have filled out the application, choose an option to submit it to Housing Kitsap:

MAIL FAX EMAIL
Housing Kitsap
Attn: Self-Help Coordinator
2244 NW Bucklin Hill Road
Silverdale, WA 98383
Attn: Mutual Self-Help
Waitlist Coordinator
(360) 535-6169

Subject: Waitlist Update
Waitlist Coordinator
selfhelpwaitlist@housingkitsap.org

-OR-

marketing@housingkitsap.org

 


Step Three:
If you have not recieved a confirmation a few days after submission, call (360) 535-6139 to ensure we have received your application.