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HUD Fair Market Rent, 2021
Geography 0 Bedroom FMR ($) 1 Bedroom FMR ($) 2 Bedroom FMR ($) 3 Bedroom FMR ($) 4 Bedroom FMR ($)
111 926 932 1211 1618 1830

Sources: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 2020 Fair Market Rents


HUD Median Income for Counties and MSAs, Family of Four, 2021
Geography Median Income ($)
Port St. Lucie, FL MSA 71500

Sources: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 2020 Median Income


Florida Housing Income Limits, 2021
Geography AMI Category 1 Person Limit ($) 2 Person Limit ($) 3 Person Limit ($) 4 Person Limit ($)
Saint Lucie County 30% 15030 17160 19320 21450
Saint Lucie County 50% 25050 28600 32200 35750
Saint Lucie County 60% 30060 34320 38640 42900
Saint Lucie County 80% 40080 45760 51520 57200
Saint Lucie County 120% 60120 68640 77280 85800

Sources: Florida Housing Finance Corporation, 2020 Combined Income and Rent Limits by County


Florida Housing Rent Limits, 2021
Geography AMI Category 0 Bedroom Limit ($) 1 Bedroom Limit ($) 2 Bedroom Limit ($) 3 Bedroom Limit ($) 4 Bedroom Limit ($)
Saint Lucie County 30% 375 402 483 558 622
Saint Lucie County 50% 626 670 805 930 1037
Saint Lucie County 60% 751 804 966 1116 1245
Saint Lucie County 70% 876 938 1127 1302 1452
Saint Lucie County 80% 1002 1073 1288 1488 1660

Sources: Florida Housing Finance Corporation, 2020 Combined Income and Rent Limits by County

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