HUD Limits & CON/Action Plans

HUD Limits

We have made available HUD’s limits and allowances for its various housing programs. This data is used to determine a family or individual’s eligibility for federally subsidized housing based on median area income and household size. 

Current HUD Income Limits (effective 6/20/19)

HUD Median Family Incomes – 2009 through 2019 (4/25/19) 

HUD FY 2020 Fair Market Rents (effective 10/1/19)

HUD FY 2019 Fair Market Rents (4/15/19)


Current Rent Limits (effective 10/1/19) 

Consolidated Plan

The State’s Consolidated Plan is the five-year plan for the use of HUD funds block-granted to the state to address community development, housing, and homeless needs.

New Hampshire’s Consolidated Plan is developed by the Housing and Community Development Planning Council. The Council, established by Executive Order 97-3, is responsible for developing all components of New Hampshire’s Consolidated Plan.

There are four major components in the Consolidated Plan: Housing Market Analysis, Analysis of Needs, Strategic Plan, and Action Plan.

A Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report is generated to report each year’s accomplishments to HUD and the public. New Hampshire’s Consolidated Plan year is concurrent with the calendar year.