There are 24 low-income apartments in Concrete that offer reduced rents to eligible households.
Rental assistance programs support 0 low-income homes in Concrete where households pay rent based on how much they earn. For 2023, elgible households participating in federally assisted housing pay an average of $337 towards rent each month.
Affordable rent data for some communities last confirmed on October 30th, 2019. Subdsidized rents typically change once a year based on federal guidance.
Public Housing Agencies operate federally assisted affordable housing programs at local levels on behalf of HUD. Notably, housing agencies are responsible for managing Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher, Public Housing, and Project-Based Voucher waiting lists within their jurisdiction.
|Housing Authority of Skagit County||Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher (HCV)|
Concrete features 0 income based apartments. Tenants of income based apartments typically pay no more than 30% of their income towards rent and utilities.
There are 24 rent subsidized apartments that do not provide direct rental assistance but remain affordable to low income households in Concrete.
On average, Section 8 Housing Choice vouchers pay Concrete landlords $600 per month towards rent. The average voucher holder contributes $300 towards rent in Concrete.
The maximum amount a voucher would pay on behalf of a low-income tenant in Concrete, Washington for a two-bedroom apartment is between $1,266 and $1,548.
Fair Market Rents can be used to better understand the average housing costs of an area. Fair Market Rents are used by HUD to establish payment and rent standards for federal rental assistance programs like the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program.
|Studio||One BR||Two BR||Three BR||Four BR|
|Concrete, Washington Fair Market Rent||$941||$1,111||$1,407||$2,000||$2,322|
|Concrete, Washington Payment Standard Range||$847 to $1,035||$1,000 to $1,222||$1,266 to $1,548||$1,800 to $2,200||$2,090 to $2,554|
Sourced from federal housing data and AffordableHousingOnline.com research.
|Total Affordable Apartment Properties||1|
|Total Low Income Apartments||24|
|Total Housing Units with Rental Assistance||0|
|Percentage of Housing Units Occupied By Renters||53.42%|
|Average Renter Household Size||2.44|
|Average Household Size||2.52|
|Median Household Income||$31,000 ±$4,541|
|Median Rent||$964 ±$138|
|Percentage Of Renters Overburdened||58.97% ± 13.49pp|
Concrete is a city in Skagit County, Washington with a population of 739. There are 292 households in the city with an average household size of 2.52 persons. 53.42% of households in Concrete are renters.
The median gross income for households in Concrete is $31,000 a year, or $2,583 a month. The median rent for the city is $964 a month.
Households who pay more than thirty percent of their gross income are considered to be Rent Overburdened. In Concrete, a household making less than $3,213 a month would be considered overburdened when renting an apartment at or above the median rent. 58.97% of households who rent are overburdened in Concrete.
Affordable housing program eligibility is always determined by one's income. Each household's income is compared to the incomes of all other households in the area. This is accomplished through a statistic established by the government called the Area Median Income, most often referred to as AMI. The AMI is calculated and published each year by HUD.
HUD often uses an area larger than a city to determine the AMI because HUD anticipates those searching for housing will look beyond individual cities during their housing search. For Concrete, the AMI is calculated from all households within Skagit County.
In Concrete, HUD calculates the Area Median Income for a family of four as $96,200
Most affordable housing programs determine eligibility based on the percent of AMI a given household's income is. Among the programs that determine eligibility based on the AMI are Section 8, HOME, LIHTC, Section 515, 202 and 811.
Rental assistance is a type of housing subsidy that pays for a portion of a renter’s monthly housing costs, including rent and tenant paid utilities. This housing assistance can come in the form of Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers, project-based Section 8 contracts, public housing, USDA Rental Assistance (in Section 515 properties) as well as HUD Section 202 and 811 properties for elderly and disabled households.
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|30% AMI Income Limits
Renters earning up to 30% of the Concrete AMI may qualify for rental assistance programs that target Extremely Low Income households.
|50% AMI Income Limits
Renters earning up to 50% of the Concrete AMI may qualify for rental assistance programs that target Very Low Income households.
|80% AMI Income Limits
Renters earning up to 80% of the Concrete AMI may qualify for rental assistance programs that target Low Income households.