The Housing and Urban Development Department says it has received $8.5 billion for affordable housing in the past year.
But that money has come from a wide range of sources, ranging from tax credits to federal funds.
The HUD website says it received $1.2 billion in tax credits, $2.1 billion in low-income housing loans, and $4.5 million in grants from the Housing Investment Corporation, or HUD.
A total of $4 billion in federal tax credits were earmarked for housing projects last year.
A separate HUD grant program has also given $6.3 billion for low- and moderate-income assistance for low and moderate income households.
Some of the biggest winners in the federal tax credit program are the Trump administration’s affordable housing development tax credit, which will expire in 2019, and the housing assistance program, which has a $3 billion cap on the program.
The Trump administration has also announced that HUD will provide $1 billion for home loans for low income people and that the department will also provide $2 billion to build new housing in low and middle income communities.
Here are the winners and losers from the tax credit and housing assistance programs: Low-income tax credits Low- and middle-income households who have incomes below 150 percent of the federal poverty level can qualify for the federal housing assistance tax credit.
That credit, worth $1,000 per month, is a direct subsidy for affordable, low-cost housing.
The federal housing aid program is available to low-wage earners and other families.
Low-wage workers in households with incomes below $26,000, as well as families with incomes above $46,000 and single individuals, can qualify.
The credit is available for low or moderate-cost homes, not condos or other units.
The program is only available to households making up to 138 percent of poverty and for families making up that level, not single individuals.
This is a great tax credit for low to moderate-wage working families, but it does not apply to families with children, senior citizens, and people living in poverty in any part of the country.
The tax credit is not available to homeowners who are under 30.
However, the HUD website lists low- or moderate income residents as eligible.
The maximum benefit is $5,000 for a two-bedroom apartment or $7,500 for a three-bedroom.
This means that if you are a family of four living in a one-bedroom rental, you would only qualify for $1 in tax credit money.
However it’s also a significant cost for people who rely on low income to live.
The housing assistance loan program has been particularly generous in the last few years, but its eligibility rules have been changed, making it harder to qualify for this tax credit than before.
It was first introduced in the 1990s to help people move to jobs that had higher costs, such as construction and medical services.
HUD’s website lists a wide variety of eligibility criteria, from a $25,000 income to a $200,000 annual income, as the threshold for eligibility.
However the new rules for this credit limit the number of units eligible to be built to three per household, with a maximum of 50 units.
This rule change will affect a lot of projects that are in the pipeline, such at the White House, the Smithsonian, and others.
The Obama administration also cut the maximum amount of tax credits available for tax-credit-eligible projects.
This was the most recent time that HUD changed its rules.
In 2018, the department announced that it would only provide the $1 million tax credit to projects with a median cost of $125,000 or less.
But in 2020, HUD increased the tax credits eligibility to $200 and $500 per unit, with the $2 million cap in place.
HUD is also rolling out a new tax credit called the Home Affordable Modification and Tax Credit (HAMPTC), which is meant to help homeowners buy or renovate homes, but will also help low- to moderate income families buy homes.
The $1 a month subsidy is meant for a one bedroom or two bedroom apartment or condo.
It’s available for $200 a month and is capped at $2,000.
This will only apply to new homes built since 2019, but is expected to apply to existing homes built between 2017 and 2019.
In 2020, the HAMPTC tax credit was $7.50 per month.
In 2021, it was $3.25 per month and in 2022, it increased to $6 per month for new homes.
In 2019, the maximum HAMPCT credit was reduced to $2 a month.
HUD has also increased the minimum monthly payment required for the HampTC tax credits from $200 to $500, which is the same amount as the minimum tax credit payment.
This new payment also applies to homeowners and renters who don’t qualify for HAMPTTC subsidies.
The Home Affordable Adjustment Tax Credit