Qualifying For HUD Housing Section 8 Vouchers In Wellington, FL

HUD Housing eligibility is determined by the Palm Beach County Public Housing Authority.

Income may not exceed 50% of the median income from the table below. The Housing Authority must provide 75 percent of vouchers to those whose income does not exceed 30% of the median income listed below.

HUD Income Limits 2023 in Wellington, FL.

HUD Designated Metro Area: Income Limits

2023Median Family Income2022 Yearly Income Limit2022 Yearly Income Limit - Person(s) in Family
Income LimitsCategory12345
Palm Beach County, FL$98,300Very Low Income (50%)$43,850$48,700$52,600$56,500$60,400
Extremely Low Income (30%)$26,300$30,000$35,140$40,280$45,420
Low Income (80%) $70,150$77,900$84,150$90,400$96,600

Palm Beach County Public Housing Authorities

We have listed all of the housing authorities in Palm Beach County. Using the chart above, if you qualify as low income (Very Low Income OR Extremely Low Income), we recommend that you visit your local housing authority. They should be your first stop for housing and rental assistance programs.
1. To get on the waiting list for Public Housing and Housing Choice Voucher (Section 8), visit the links provided below to the closest Palm Beach County housing authority to your city in your city.
2. You can also visit the Housing Authority for other low income housing programs with rent assistance.

Public Housing Eligibility

To be eligible for public housing, households must meet the following requirements:
1. Have an income that is below a certain level.
2. Be a U.S. citizen or a legal permanent resident.
3. Have a demonstrated need for housing assistance.

Public housing tenants pay rent based on their income. The rent is typically set at 30% of the household's monthly income.
If you are interested in learning more about public housing, or if you think you may be eligible, you can contact your local housing authority (lsted above). The Public Housing Authority can provide you with information on the application process and help you determine if you are eligible for public housing assistance.

Boca Raton Housing Authority Palmetto Park Rd

201 W Palmetto Park Road
Boca Raton, FL - 33432
Palm Beach County
Website: http://www.bocahousing.org
Phone Number: (561) 393-7785

Belle Glade Housing Authority

1204 NW Avenue L
Belle Glade, FL - 33430
Palm Beach County
Website: http://www.wpbha.org/
Phone Number: 561-996-2140

Delray Beach Housing Authority

600 N. Congress Avenue, Suite 310B
Delray Beach, FL - 33445
Palm Beach County
Website: http://www.dbha.org
Phone Number: (561) 272-6766

Pahokee Housing Authority

465 Friend Terrace
Pahokee, FL - 33476
Palm Beach County
Website: http://www.pahokee-housing.org/
Phone Number: (561) 924-5565

Palm Beach County Housing Authority

3432 45th Street
West Palm Beach, FL - 33407
Palm Beach County
Website: http://pbchafl.org/
Phone Number: (561) 684-2160

Riviera Beach Housing Authority

2014 W 17th Court
Riviera Beach, FL - 33404
Palm Beach County
Website: http://www.rivierabeachha.com/
Phone Number: (561) 845-7450

West Palm Beach Housing Authority

1715 Division Avenue
West Palm Beach, FL - 33407
Palm Beach County
Website: http://www.wpbha.org
Phone Number: (561) 655-8530

Boca Raton Housing Authority

2333A West Glades Road
Boca Raton, FL - 33431
Palm Beach County
Website: http://www.bocahousing.org/
Phone Number: 561.206.6200

HUD Housing Low Income Tax Credit (LIHTC) Properties In Wellington, FL

Listed below are the Section 42, LIHTC apartments in Wellington, FL. LIHTC apartment rents are not based on the tenants income. Income credit set aside brackets are selected during the apartment credit applications are used to determine the apartment rents.

The rents are based upon the Area Medium Income (AMI) and tenant based utility allowances. At least 20% of these apartments (listed below), must provide these low rates for low-income tenants.

HUD housing LIHTC Eligibility Requirements

Income: Households must earn below a certain income level, which is set by the HUD and varies by location. In general, households must earn below 60% of the area median income (AMI) to be eligible for LIHTC housing.
Citizenship or residency status: Households must be U.S. citizens or legal permanent residents.
Need for housing assistance: Households must have a demonstrated need for housing assistance. This means that they must be unable to afford housing on their own.

In addition to the above requirements, some LIHTC properties may have additional eligibility requirements, such as age restrictions or preferences for certain types of households (e.g., families with children, veterans, etc.).

To determine if you are eligible for LIHTC housing, you can contact your local housing authority (listed above) or search for LIHTC properties (listed below).

LIHTC Maximum Rents

The maximum allowable rents are equal to 30% of the Area Medium Income (AMI), less the utility allowances.

HUD Fair Market Rents for Wellington, FL Palm Beach County

Apartment SizeHUD's Monthly Fair Market Rent For AreaLIHTC Maximum Rent
Studio Apartments$1274Estimated $382.20 - utility allowance
One Bedroom Apartments$1578Estimated $473.40 - utility allowance
Two Bedroom Apartments$2120Estimated $636.00 - utility allowance
Three Bedroom Apartments$2575Estimated $772.50 - utility allowance


Available LIHTC Properties In Wellington, FL

Using the table above you can estimate what you would be paying by checking the LIHTC Maximum Rent section.

Contact these properties for openings and wait lists and price lists.



HUD Housing Section 8 and Multifamily Properties in Wellington, FL

The US Department of Housing and Urban Development provides active listings of Section 8 and Multifamily apartments. We have listed them below for you to contact. Check with them to see if they have current availabilities and/or waiting lists. With Section 8 properties, you will need a voucher. Contact the Palm Beach County Public Housing Authorities, listed at the top of this page.

Eligibility for HUD Housing Section 8, you must meet the following requirements:

Income: Your income must be below a certain level, which is set by the HUD and varies by location. In general, households must earn below 50% of the area median income (AMI) to be eligible for Section 8 housing.
Citizenship or residency status: You must be a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident.
Need for housing assistance: You must have a demonstrated need for housing assistance. This means that you must be unable to afford housing on your own.

In addition to the above requirements, some Section 8 programs may have additional eligibility requirements, such as age restrictions or preferences for certain types of households (e.g., families with children, veterans, etc.).

To determine if you are eligible for Section 8 housing, you can contact your local Public Housing Authority (listed above). The Public Housing Authorities can provide you with information on the application process and help you determine if you are eligible for Section 8 assistance.

Tips To Get In To Section 8 Housing:

Local Rules: Each local housing authority has different rules around Section 8. Decide where you want to live and find the housing authorities in charge of those neighborhoods.
Applying for a Voucher: Contact your local Public Housing Agency (PHA) to apply for a voucher. They can tell you if they’re currently accepting new applicants and provide application details.
Payment Standards: Section 8 doesn’t specify a fixed dollar amount for rent assistance. Instead, the PHA sets a payment standard based on local housing market rates.



About our Data

Our data is collected from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development data along with computations based on their rules on apartments/housing.

How does HUD housing work in FL?

You must qualify for the HUD apartments in the area you are searching. Then, you need to apply directly at the location or through the Public Housing Authority.