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Table PopulationMean travel time to work (minutes), workers age 16 years+, 2016-202025.826.9Income & PovertyMedian household income (in 2020 dollars), 2016-2020$32,498$64,994Per capita income in past 12 months (in 2020 dollars), 2016-2020$19,569$35,38454 more rows
low-income household: income of 80% AMI ($50,240) or less. very low-income household: income of 50% AMI ($31,400) or less. extremely low-income household: income of 30% AMI ($18,840) or less.
Voucher Payment Standards are calculated based on the HUD published Fair Market Rents (FMR). DHC's current Voucher Payment Standard is 120% of the published FMR.... Voucher Bedroom SizePayment Standard1$1,0172$1,3003$1,6454$1,7673 more rows
Michigan State Housing Development authority (MSHDA) administers the federal aid to ensure that low income people in the state of Michigan receive timely help. Michigan Section 8 participants can choose any housing unit that meets housing quality standards set by HUD.
There is no set period for how long you will be on the waiting list before you are officially in the program. Nor can you apply wherever you like at any time. You can only apply to a county with an open waiting list. Counties are open for approximately 3 months at a time.
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To get any type of Section 8 benefits, you must: Have very low income (less than 50% of the area median income) Be a U.S. citizen or an eligible immigrant. Eligible immigrants include permanent legal residents, refugees, asylees, and lawful temporary residents.
They become "very low-income" at $34,900 or less and "extremely low-income" at $20,950 or less. In Ann Arbor, these numbers rise to $64,400, $42,100 and $25,250, respectively, taking into account differences in local median income.
# of persons1 person6 personsLow Income Limit5015083100
Poor. Families and children are defined as poor if family income is below the federal poverty threshold. The federal poverty threshold for a family of four with two children was $25,926 in 2019, $25,465 in 2018, $24,600 in 2017, $24,300 in 2016, and $24,250 in 2015.
The payments cover some or all of the voucher holder's rent. On average, each household will pay somewhere between 30% and 40% of its income on rent.

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