Neighborhood Housing & Development Corporation
Gainesville, FL - 32601

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Neighborhood Housing & Development Corporation

633 Nw 8th Avenue
Gainesville, FL - 32601
(352) 380-9119


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The Neighborhood Housing and Development Corporation offers housing counseling, homebuyer education programs, and foreclosure intervention programs. Additionally, the NHDC owns 17 rental properties which they rent out to low- to moderate-income households in the Gainesville area. Rental rates for these properties start at $650, as of July 2011, but pricing is subject to change and so the NHDC should be contacted directly for current rates and availability information, and for information on these and other services provided.



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Federal Poverty Guidelines for 2019 - effective January 2019
Persons In Family Household Poverty Guideline
For Households with more than 8 persons, add $4,180 for each additional person.
1 $12,490
2 $16,910
3 $21,330
4 $25,750
5 $30,170
6 $34,590
7 $39,010
8 $43,430

*Alaska and Hawaii have different rates for HUD federal poverty guidelines.


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