2017 Home Improvement and Impact Fund Income Limits

Based on updated median income numbers from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), we are making changes to the following program income limits effective May 19, 2017.
Fix Up Loan Program
The following income limits are effective for Fix Up loans closed on or after May 19, 2017:
  • Fix Up secured and unsecured loan income limits are increasing to $104,000.
  • There is still no income limit on eligible Fix Up energy and accessibility loans.
Rehabilitation and Emergency & Accessibility Loan Programs
The following income limits are effective for Rehabilitation loans and Emergency & Accessibility loans closed on or after May 19, 2017:
Size of Household
Income Limit 
1 Person 
$19,000
2 People
$21,700
3 People
$24,400
4 People
$27,100
5 People
$29,300
6 People
$31,500
7 People
$33,700
8 People
$35,800

Community Homeownership Impact Fund (Impact Fund)
The following income limits are effective for Impact Fund units completed or closed on or after May 19, 2017:
Gross Household Income
Twin Cities Metro Area* 
Rochester Metro Area** 
Balance of State
50% AMI
$45,200
$44,300
$40,200
60% AMI
$54,300 
$53,200
$48,300
80% AMI
$72,400
$70,900
$64,400
100% AMI
$90,400
$88,600
$80,400
115% AMI
$104,000 
$101,900
$92,500 
Income limits for the Impact Fund target households at or below 115% of state or area median income. Co-funder partners’ program income limits vary. Consult with specific co-funder partners for additional information.
*Anoka, Carver, Chisago, Dakota, Hennepin, Isanti, Ramsey, Scott, Sherburne, Washington and Wright counties
**Dodge and Olmsted counties
Questions?
Contact the Partner Solutions Team with questions at 651.296.8215 or 800.710.8871 between 7:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. on business days.
400 Sibley Street, Suite 300 | Saint Paul, MN 55101 US
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