In 2014 the federal government provided about 50 billion in housing assistance specifically designated for low income households that assistance which is made available both through spending programs and preferential tax treatment increased by about 15 percent in real inflation adjusted terms between 2000 and 2003. A household must be low income meaning that its income may not exceed 80 percent of the local median income in order to begin receiving federal rental assistance some programs limit initial eligibility to households at or below 50 percent of the local median. If you have a low income and need affordable rental housing government programs may help public housing agencies use federal funds to run housing programs locally working with building owners to subsidize rent for eligible people you find your own housing the government pays your landlord the . The us department of housing and urban development hud administers federal aid to local housing agencies has that manage the housing for low income residents at rents they can afford hud furnishes technical and professional assistance in planning developing and managing these developments
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