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    Extremely Low Income (ELI) Income Limits

     

    “Extremely-low-income persons” or ELI means one or more natural persons or a family whose total annual household income does not exceed 30 percent of the median annual adjusted gross income for households within the state. The Florida Housing Finance Corporation may adjust this amount annually by rule to provide that in lower income counties, extremely low income may exceed 30 percent of area median income and that in higher income counties, extremely low income may be less than 30 percent of area median income.

     

    Florida Housing’s Universal Cycle for funding incentivizes commitments to set aside units for ELI households. The chart below assigns the percentage of the AMI for each county that is considered to be extremely low income.

     

     

    Extremely Low Income County Chart

    2013-2014

    County

    ELI Set-Aside AMI level

     

    County

    ELI Set-Aside AMI level

    Alachua

    35%

     

    Lee

    40%

    Baker

    35%

     

    Leon

    35%

    Bay

    35%

     

    Levy

    45%

    Bradford

    40%

     

    Liberty

    40%

    Brevard

    35%

     

    Madison

    45%

    Broward

    30%

     

    Manatee

    35%

    Calhoun

    45%

     

    Marion

    45%

    Charlotte

    40%

     

    Martin

    40%

    Citrus

    45%

     

    Miami-Dade

    33%

    Clay

    33%

     

    Monroe

    25%

    Collier

    30%

     

    Nassau

    33%

    Columbia

    45%

     

    Okaloosa

    33%

    De Soto

    45%

     

    Okeechobee

    45%

    Dixie

    45%

     

    Orange

    35%

    Duval

    33%

     

    Osceola

    35%

    Escambia

    40%

     

    Palm Beach

    30%

    Flagler

    35%

     

    Pasco

    40%

    Franklin

    45%

     

    Pinellas

    40%

    Gadsden

    35%

     

    Polk

    40%

    Gilchrist

    35%

     

    Putnam

    45%

    Glades

    45%

     

    St. Johns

    33%

    Gulf

    45%

     

    St. Lucie

    40%

    Hamilton

    45%

     

    Santa Rosa

    40%

    Hardee

    45%

     

    Sarasota

    35%

    Hendry

    40%

     

    Seminole

    35%

    Hernando

    40%

     

    Sumter

    40%

    Highlands

    45%

     

    Suwannee

    45%

    Hillsborough

    40%

     

    Taylor

    45%

    Holmes

    45%

     

    Union

    40%

    Indian River

    40%

     

    Volusia

    40%

    Jackson

    40%

     

    Wakulla

    33%

    Jefferson

    35%

     

    Walton

    35%

    Lafayette

    40%

     

    Washington

    45%

    Lake

    35%

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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