Fairfax County Rental Program


The Fairfax County Rental Program (FCRP) includes all rental property owned by the Fairfax County Redevelopment and Housing Authority (FCRHA) and developed with funds other than Public Housing funds. This program includes housing for families, single persons, seniors, and supportive housing for special populations. There are over 1,929 FCRP multifamily units as described below.  There are a total of 504 senior units also managed under the FCRP program.

Some developments have FHA-insured, reduced rate mortgages and some units receive Housing Choice Voucher (formerly Section 8 Program) subsidies, making them affordable to lower income households. The FCRP serves a range of households with incomes from the low teens to moderate incomes, depending on program component. Except for Housing Choice Voucher assisted units, all units have a minimum rent requirement and thus a minimum income for eligibility. The FCRP generally serves working households with incomes which are higher than those households in the Public Housing and Housing Choice Voucher programs.

Criteria Used to Select Applicants

The Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) screens applicants for suitability for the Fairfax County Rental Program by confirming information provided on the pre-application form, including checking credit records, rental references, and police records. In some cases, HCD conducts a home visit to see how the family is caring for its current dwelling. Residents generally pay a minimum rent or 30% of their household income, whichever is greater, up to a ceiling (maximum) rent. However, at some properties, residents will pay a set rent based upon a standard of affordability.  Applicants must also qualify by income (at least the minimum and no more than the maximum) for their unit/household size. Applicants must live or work in Fairfax County to be eligible to apply for FCRP in addition to meeting the income requirements.

Applying for the Rental Program

The Fairfax County Rental Program provides affordable housing for persons who lack the income necessary to enable them to afford market rate housing. There are several components to the program. You may apply for any of these if you meet the qualifications shown. To apply:

  1. Please fill out an application to have your name placed on the appropriate waiting list. You can apply online at http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/rha/apply.htm or obtain an application by calling the Housing Solutions Center at 703-385-3662. Your place on the FCRP waiting list is based on the date of your application and bedroom size.
  2. Once your application reaches the top of the list, you will be notified by mail to schedule an appointment for an interview.
  3. The interview is for determining your eligibility for housing.
  4. Once you are approved and a unit is available, you will sign a lease and then may move in.
  5. Reporting Changes. If any changes occur while your name is on a housing waiting list (such as moving to a new address or a change in your household size), you must notify this office in writing. Send changes to:

Fairfax County Department of Housing
and Community Development
3700 Pender Drive, Suite 100
Attn: Housing Solutions Center
Fairfax, VA 22030-7442

 

Fairfax County Rental Program (FCRP)

Local Funds with 80% of the Area Median Income (AMI)

Income limits below apply to scattered-site FCRP units at the following family properties:

Cedar Lakes
Chatham Town
Colchester Towne
Island Creek
Little River Square
Springfield Green

 

Minimum Household Income at Initial Eligibility Maximum Household Income at Initial Eligibility
Maximum Income Continued Eligibility 100% AMI
Unit Size Income Household Size Income (80% AMI)
1 Bedroom $23,375 1 $60,100 $75,100
1 Bedroom w/Den $25,280 2 $68,650 $85,850
2 Bedroom $27,705 3 $77,250 $96,550
3 Bedroom $30,990 4 $85,850 $107,300
Colchester Towne: Income: 5 $92,700 $115,900
2 Bedroom $24,965 6 $99,550 $124,450
  7 $106,450 $133,050
 
 

  

Affordable Dwelling Units (ADUs)/Accessible/HOME


Income limits below apply to the following scattered-site FCRP units at the following properties:

HOME Funded Units are:  Holly Acres, Lorton Valley*, and Willow Oaks (two non-Magnet Housing Program Units)

Minimum Household Income at Initial Eligibility Maximum Household Income at Initial Eligibility HOME Units*
Continued Income Eligibility

Once a participant's income is greater than 70% MSA the participant's rent must be based on 30% of household adjusted income.
Unit Size Income Household Size 60% MSA Household Size 70% MSA
1 Bedroom $23,375 1 $45,120 1 $52,550
1 Bedroom w/Den $25,280 2 $51,540 2 $60,100
2 Bedroom $27,705 3 $57,960 3 $67,600
3 Bedroom $30,990 4 $64,380 4 $75,100
4 Bedroom $36,360 5 $69,540 5 $81,100
    6 $74,700 6 $87,100
Willow Oaks: Income: 7 $79,860 7 $93,100
4 Bedroom $27,370 8 $85,020 8 $99,150

 

 

 

Income limits below apply to scattered-site FCRP units at the following properties:|

HOME Funded Units are: East market (one non-Magnet Housing Program Unit)

Minimum Household Income at Initial Eligibility Maximum Household Income at Initial Eligibility Continued Income Eligibility
Unit Size Income Household Size 60% MSA 70% MSA Once a participant's income is greater than 70% MSA the participant's rent must be based on 30% of household adjusted income.
1 Bedroom $34,000 2 $45,120 $52,550
2 Bedroom $35,000 3 $51,540 $60,100
3 Bedroom $36,000 4 $57,960 $67,600
  5 $64,380 $75,100
6 $69,540 $81,100
7 $74,700 $87,100

 

 *Accessible Units.

**The 60% of MSA income limit for HOME is set by HUD and is published on www.huduser.org.

The 70% of MSA income limit is set by Zoning Ordinance (ADU provisions) and is determined using the HUD median income of $107,500, adjusting for household size using the HUD methodology, and rounding to the nearest $50.

 

 

Affordable Dwelling Units (ADUs)/Accessible/HOME


Income limits below apply to the following scattered-site FCRP units at the following properties:

Faircrest, Laurel Hill, and Westbriar*

 

Minimum Household Income at Initial Eligibility Maximum Household Income at Initial &
Continued Eligibility
Unit Size Income Household Size 70% MSA
1 Bedroom $23,375 1 $52,550
1 Bedroom w/Den $25,280 2 $60,100
2 Bedroom $27,705 3 $67,600
3 Bedroom $30,990 4 $75,100
4 Bedroom $36,360 5 $81,100
  6 $87,100
7 $93,100
8 $99,150

 

Affordable Dwelling Units (ADUs)/Accessible/HOME


Income limits below apply to the following scattered-site FCRP units at the following properties:

Bryson at Woodland Park*, Fair Oaks Landing (one non-Magnet Housing Program Unit), Halstead at the Metro, Northampton, Stockwell Manor, Fairfax Ridge, and Stonegate at Faircrest

Minimum Household Income at Initial Eligibility Maximum Household Income at Initial and Continued Eligibility
Unit Size Income Household Size 70% MSA
1 Bedroom $34,000 1 $52,550
2 Bedroom $35,000 2 $60,100
3 Bedroom $36,000 3 $67,600
  4 $75,100
5 $81,100
6 $87,100

 *Accessible Units.

**The 60% of MSA income limit for HOME is set by HUD and is published on www.huduser.org. The 70% of MSA income limit is set by Zoning Ordinance (ADU provisions) and is determined using the HUD median income of $106,100, adjusting for household size using the HUD methodology, and rounding to the nearest $50.

 

Tax Credit Financed Properties - The newest component of the Fairfax County Moderate Income Rental Program.

Where to Apply: Apply directly through the Department of Housing and Community Development for housing at any of the properties listed below.

Castellani Meadows
Located in Centreville, Virginia
3 bedroom, 2 bath townhomes

(Financing: Federal Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC))

Castellani Meadows

 

 

 

Minimum Income at Initial Eligibility
Household Size
Maximum Household Income at Initial Eligibility
50% MSA
60% MSA
50% MSA
60% MSA
$27,669
$30,274
1
$37,600
$45,180
   
2
$42,950
$51,600
   
3
$48,300
$58,080
 
4
$53,650
$64,500
5
$57,950
$69,660

Note: No Maximum Continued Occupancy Income Limits per 24CFR Section 42 LIHTC, also see Tax Credit Binder and Note Below

Note: Due to this being a tax credit propperty there is no maximum income for continued occupancy. However, property managers work with residents as their income increase above 140% AMI to make residents aware of other housing possibilities.

Tavenner Lane
Located in Alexandria, Virginia
2 and 3 bedroom townhomes/apartments

Income limits below pertain to scattered-site FCRP units.
(Financing: Federal Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC))

 Tavenner Lane

 

 
Minimum Income at Initial Eligibility (FCRP Units ONLY)
Maximum Household Income at Initial Eligibility
Unit Size
Income
Household Size
Income (50% MSA)
Maximum Income Continued Eligibility
Income Based on 140% MSA
2 Bedroom
$27,806
1
$37,650
$101,920
3 Bedroom $30,822
2
$43,000
$116,480
   
3
$48,400
$131,040
 
4
$53,750
$145,600
5
$58,050
$157,360
6 $62,350 $168,980

 

 

Note: No Maximum Continued Occupancy  Income Limits per 24CFR Section 42 LIHTC, also see Tax Credit Binder and Note Below

Note: Due to this being a tax credit propperty there is no maximum income for continued occupancy. However, property managers work with residents as their income increase above 140% AMI to make residents aware of other housing possibilities.


West Glade - Reston (The Green) and Scattered Sites
Located in Reston, Virginia
2 and 3 bedroom apartments

Income limits below pertain to scattered-site FCRP units.
(Financing: Federal Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC)

West Glade

 

 

Minimum Household Income at Initial Eligibility (FCRP Units Only)
Maximum Household Income at Initial Eligibility
(Applies to 24 FCRP Units)
Unit Size Income Household Size 60% MSA
2 bedroom $29,417 1 $45,180
3 bedroom
$31,303
2
$51,600
3
$58,080
4
$64,500
5
$69,660
6
$74,820

Note: No Maximum Continued Occupancy  Income Limits per 24CFR Section 42 LIHTC, also see Tax Credit Binder and Note Below

Note: Due to this being a tax credit property there is no maximum income for continued occupancy. However, property managers work with residents as their income increase above 140% AMI to make residents aware of other housing possibilities.

                                                                            

Magnet Housing Program

Income limits below pertain to scattered-site FCRP units at the following properties:

70% MSA Units are as follows: Charleston Square, East Market, Fair Oaks Landing, Legato Corner

80% MSA Units are as follows: Westcott Ridge and Willow Oaks

(FCRHA/County/Other Non-Federal Financing)

 

 

Household Size Minimum Household Income at Initial Eligibility Maximum Household Income at Initial & Continued Eligibility 70% MSA* Maximum Household Income at Initial & Continued Eligibility 80% MSA**
1 $28,750 $52,550 $60,100
2 $32,900 $60,100 $68,650
3 $37,000 $67,600 $77,250
4 $41,100 $75,100 $85,850
5 $44,400 $81,100 $92,700
6 $47,700 $87,100 $99,550
7 $50,950 $93,100 $106,450
8 $54,250 $99,150 $113,300

 

 

*The 70% of MSA income limit is set by Zoning Ordinance (ADU provisions). Maximum Income limits are adjusted for household size using the HUD methodology, and are rounded to the nearest $50.

** The Low Income Limit (80% MSA) published by HUD on huduser.org and used for Section 8 and Public Housing programs is adjusted so as to not exceed the National Median Income ($64,200 for a four person household in FY 2013). The Magnet Housing Program is not federally-funded, thus the 80% MSA income limit is based on HUD's non-adjusted income limit for Fairfax County, adjusted for household size using HUD's methodology and rounded to the nearest $50.

NOTE: Magnet housing program currently serves Fairfax County Police and Sheriff's Department, Public Schools, Fire and Rescue employees, and INOVA Nurses and others providing critical patient care.

NOTE: These units have 2 year leases with new applicants sought at the end of each lease term.

 

 

 

Magnet Housing Program - Glenwood Mews
3, 4 bedroom townhomes


Income Limits below pertain to scattered-site FCRP units

(Financing: CDBG)

Household Size Minimum Income at Initial Eligibility Maximum Income at Initial and Continued Eligibility (80% MSA)
1 $28,750 $46,750
2 $32,900 $53,400
3 $37,000 $60,100
4 $41,100 $66,750
5 $44,400 $72,100
6 $47,700 $77,450
7 $50,950 $82,800
8 $54,250 $88,150
Note: Glenwood Mews Magnet housing program currently serves INOVA Nurses and others providing critical patient care as a first priority, and then Fairfax County Police and Sheriff's Department, Public Schools, and Fire and Rescue employees.

Applicants are given notice at time of unit offer of continued income limits.

             

                                                                                                            Working Singles Housing

Coan Pond
Located in Fairfax,Virginia
Furnished efficiencies for working singles
703-246-5100

(Financing includes: CDBG Funds)

Coan Pond

 

 

Household Size Minimum Income at Initial Eligibility
(20% AMI)
Maximum Income at Initial Eligibility
(60% MSA)
Maximum Income for Continued Eligibility
(80% MSA)
1 $15,000 $45,120 $46,750

 

NOTE: Per FCRHA Resolution Number 15-09, minimum income is set at 20% AMI. Minimum limit is adjusted by household size using the HUD methodology and rounded to the nearest $1,000.

Rent includes utilities, local phone service and a furnished unit. Rent subject to change.

The Coan Pond Residences are conveniently located near Lee Jackson Memorial Highway (Route 50) and Interstate 66 on the first floor of the Fairfax County Redevelopment and Housing Authority’s office building in Fairfax. The efficiency apartments are designed to provide comfortable, affordable living quarters to working single adults living on a limited budget. Each unit is tastefully furnished and thoughtfully designed to afford privacy and comfort at a price well below market rents. The Coan Pond Residences offer pleasant living accommodations without the commitment of a long-term lease or the financial hardship of a large security deposit. The units are carpeted and come equipped with a twin bed, table and chairs, a private bathroom with shower and a kitchenette that includes a small refrigerator, microwave oven, electric cooktop, sink and garbage disposal. Each unit also has an individually-controlled heating and cooling unit and a master TV antenna hook-up.

Other amenities include:

• Free local phone service; phone in room
• Separate laundry room with coin operated washers and dryers
• Lounge area with cable TV service
• Free resident parking

 

 

Subsidized Housing Units

There are ten properties in this component of the FCRP Subsidized Housing Program. Each property provides housing to persons with lower income levels than other Fairfax County Rental Program properties due to HUD (federal) assistance. Final determination of eligibility will be made at the time of the interview. (Rents and income limits subject to periodic review and revisions. Contact the property management office at each site for current information).

Apply directly at the Management Office of the properties listed below.

Families pay 30% of their adjusted income towards rent but not less than the base rent, and not more than the market rent as established by HUD. At Stonegate and Murraygate, there are some units rented under the Housing Choice Voucher program (formerly Section 8 program), which provides additional rental assistance as the family pays just 30% of its household income for rent. Minimum income requirements (on non-Housing Choice Voucher units) are based on the unit rent. For further information, contact the Mangement Offices directly.

Cedar Ridge
Reston
703-471-1929
TTY: 1-800-828-1120
2,3, and 4 bedroom apartments

(Financing: Section 542(c) Risk-Sharing Program, Section 8 and Federal Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC))

Cedar Ridge

 

Household Size
Section 8 - Very Low
(50% MSA)
(162 units)
Section 8 - Low
(80% MSA)
(32 units)
1
$37,600
$46,750
2
$42,950
$53,400
3
$48,300
$60,100
4
$53,650
$66,750
5
$57,950
$72,100
6
$62,250
$77,450
7
$66,550
$82,800
8
$70,850
$88,150

Where to Apply:
1601 Becontree Lane, Reston

 

Note: No Maximum Continued Occupancy Income Limits per 24CFR Section 42 LIHTC, also see Tax Credit Binder and Note Below 

Note: Due to this being a tax credit propperty there is no maximum income for continued occupancy. However, property managers work with residents as their income increase above 140% AMI to make residents aware of other housing possibilities. See your lead or supervisor with any questions.

 

 

Crescent Apartments
Reston
703-471-4663
TTY: 1-800-828-1120
1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments

(Financing: Local/Non-federal funding)

Effective May 2012

Unit Size Income Household Size Maximum Income at Initial Eligibility (60% MSA) Maximum Income for Continued Eligibility (100% MSA)
1 Bedroom $26,280 1 $45,120 $75,100
2 Bedroom $31,080 2 $51,540 $85,850
3 Bedroom $36,600 3 $57,960 $96,550
    4 $64,380 $107,300
    5 $69,540 $115,900
    6 $74,700 $124,450

Note: 100% MSA for initial occupancy applied to households who were occupying units at the time of FCRHA purchase and are the maxnimum income limits for continued occupancy of all residents.

Where to Apply:
1527 Cameron Dr., Reston

 

 

 

 

Hopkins Glen
1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom apartments
Falls Church
703-207-9770

(Financing: HUD/FHA Section 221(d) (3) Program)

Hopkins Glen

 

 

Household Size Maximum Household Income
at Initial Eligibility (30%)
Maximum Household Income
at Initial Eligibility (50%)
Maximum Household Income
at Initial Eligibility (60%)
Maximum Household Income
at Initial Eligibility (80%)
Maximum Household Income
at Initial Eligibility (100%)
1 $22,550 $37,600 $45,180 $60,100 $75,100
2 $25,800 $42,950 $51,600 $68,650 $85,850
3 $29,000 $48,300 $58,080 $77,250 $96,550
4 $32,200 $53,650 $64,500 $85,850 $107,300
5 $34,800 $57,950 $69,660 $92,700 $115,900
6 $37,400 $62,250 $74,820 $99,550 $124,450
7 $39,950 $66,550 $79,980 $106,450 $133,050
8 $42,550 $70,850 $85,140 $113,300 $141,650

* The Low Income Limit (80% MSA) published by HUD on  www.huduser.org and used for HCV Section 8 and Public Housing programs is
adjusted so as to not exceed the National Median Incom ($65,000 for a four person household in FY 2012). Hopkins Glen is not federally-funded, thus the 80% MSA income limit is based on HUD's non-adjusted income limit for Fairfax County, adjusted for househodl size using HUD's methodology and rounded to the nearest $50.

Where to Apply:
Quantum Property Management Office
(at Hopkins Glen)
7522 Broadway Drive, Apt. #2
Falls Church, Virginia 22043
TTY users call: 1-800-828-1120

 

 

 

Madison Ridge
1, and 2 bedroom apartments

Income limits below pertain to scattered-site FCRP units.

(Financing: FCRHA/County/Other Non-Federal)



Unit Size Minimum Income at Initital Eligibility Household Size Maximum Income at Initial Eligibility (50% MSA) Maximum Income Continued Eligibility
(100% MSA County Median)
1 Bedroom $25,000 1 $37,600 $82,300
2 Bedroom $31,000 2 $42,950 $94,050
    3 $48,300 $105,800
    4 $53,650 $117,550

Apply online at: www.fairfaxcounty.gov/rha or at one of the HCD offices

 

 

McLean Hills

Efficiencies, 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments


(Financing: HOME)


Minimum Household Income at Initial Eligibility Minimum Household Income at Initial Eligibility Maximum Household Income at Initial Eligibility Maximum Household Income at Initial Eligibility Maximum Income Continued Eligiblity
Unit Size Income Household Size 50% MSA 70% MSA
Efficiency $20,060 1 $37,600 $52,550
1 Bedroom $23,375 2 $42,950 $60,100
2 Bedroom $27,705 3 $48,400 $67,600
3 Bedroom $30,990 4 $53,750 $75,100
    5 $57,950 $81,100
    6 $62,250 $87,100
         

Note: Once a participant's income is greater than 70% MSA the participant's rent must be based on 30% of household adjusted income.

Apply online at: www.fairfaxcounty.gov/rha or at one of the HCD offices

  

Murraygate Village Apartments
1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom apartments
Located in Alexandria, Virginia
703-780-9574

Waiting List Currently Closed for Murraygate Village Apartments.

(Financing: Federal Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC), and Section 8 Subsidies)

Murraygate Village Apartments

 

 

Minimum Household Income at Initial Eligibility
Maximum Household Income at Initial Eligibility
Unit Size
Income
Household Size
Income Based on 50% MSA*
(20% of Units)
Income Based on 60% MSA
(80% of Units)
1 bedroom
$12,690
1

 $37,600

$45,180
2 bedroom
$16,560
2
$42,950
$51,600
3 bedroom
$17,610
3
$48,300
$58,080
4 bedroom
$18,120
4
$53,650
$64,500

* The 50% MSA income limit applies to the Section 8 set-aside units at Murraygate Village.

Note: Minimum income limits shown apply only to Non-Section 8 units. Minimum income limits based on unit rent and financing.

Note: Due to this being a tax credit propperty there is no maximum income for continued occupancy. However, property managers work with residents as their income increase above 140% AMI to make residents aware of other housing possibilities.

 

5
$57,950
$69,660
6
$62,250
$74,820
7
$66,550
$79,980
8
$70,850
$85,140

Where to Apply:
Murraygate Management Office
7800 Belford Drive, Suite 100
Alexandria (Fairfax County)
(off Route 1/Richmond Highway behind Gold's Gym)
Waiting List is Closed

 

ParcReston
1, and 2 bedroom apartments


Income limits below pertain to scattered-site FCRP units.

(Financing: CDBG)
Minimum Household Income at Initial Eligibility Maximum Household Income at Initial Eligibility
Unit Size Income Household Size Income (80% MSA)
1 Bedroom $23,375 1 $46,750
2 Bedroom $27,705 2 $53,400
Apply online at: www.fairfaxcounty.gov/rha or at one of the HCD offices 3 $60,100
4 $66,750

 

 

Penderbrook
1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments

Income limits below pertain to scattered-site FCRP units

(Financing: VHDA)
Minimum Household Income at Initial Eligibility Maximum Household Income at Initial Eligibility
Unit Size Income Household Size Income (80% MSA)
1 Bedroom $23,375 1 $46,750
2 Bedroom $27,705 2 $53,400
3 Bedroom $30,990 3 $60,100
Note: Applicants are given notice at time of unit offer of continued income limits.
Apply online at: www.fairfaxcounty.gov/rha or at one of the HCD offices
4 $66,750
5 $72,100
6 $77,450

 

 

Stonegate Village
1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom apartments
Reston
703-620-0203

(Financing: HUD/FHA Section 236 Program, Federal Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC), and Section 8 Subsidies)

Stonegate Village

 

 

Minimum Household Income at Initial Eligibility
Maximum Household Income
at Initial Eligibility for Section 8 Units
  Maximum Household Income
at Initial Eligibility for LIHTC Units
  Maximum Income Continued Eligibility
Unit Size Income Household Size Income
(50% MSA)
Household Size Income
(50% MSA)
Income Based on
140% MSA
1 Bedroom $15,912 1 $37,600 1 $37,650 $101,920
2 Bedroom $16,848 2 $42,950 2 $43,000 $116,480
3 Bedroom $18,216 3 $48,300 3 $48,400 $131,040
4 Bedroom $19,692 4 $53,650 4 $53,750 $145,600
    5 $57,950 5 $58,050 $157,360
    6 $62,250 6 $62,350 $168,980
    7 $66,550 7 $66,650 $180,600
    8 $70,850 8 $70,950 $192,220
Gas heat, water and electricity paid by tenant.

Note: No Maximum Continued Occupancy Income Limits per 24CFR Section 42 LIHTC, also see Tax Credit Binder and Note Below 

Note: Due to this being a tax credit propperty there is no maximum income for continued occupancy. However, property managers work with residents as their income increase above 140% AMI to make residents aware of other housing possibilities.

* Stonegate Village has some Section 8 set-aside units. The minimum incomes are based on the unit rents and ONLY apply to the non-Section 8 units.

** Maximum incomes apply to Section 8 and non-Section 8 units.

Where to Apply:
Stonegate Management Office
2244 Stone Wheel Drive
Reston
(off Glade Drive)

 

 

Wedgewood Apartments
703-256-4333
TTY: 703-385-3578
1 ,2, 3 bedroom apartments

(Financing: County/FCRHA)

 

Household Size Maximum Household Income at Initial Eligibility - 50% MSA Maximum Household Income at Initial Eligibility - 60% MSA Maximum Household Income at Initial Eligibility - 80% MSA* Maximum Household Income at Initial Eligibility - 100% MSA*
1 $37,600 $45,180 $60,100 $75,100
2 $42,950 $51,600 $68,650 $85,850
3 $48,300 $58,080 $77,250 $96,550
4 $53,650 $64,500 $85,850 $107,300
5 $57,950 $69,660 $92,700 $115,900
6 $62,250 $74,820 $99,550 $124,450
7 $66,550 $79,980 $106,450 $133,050
 
* The Low Income Limit (80% MSA) published by HUD on huduser.org and used for Section 8 and Public Housing programs is adjusted so as to not exceed the National Median Income ($65,000 for a four person household in FY 2012). Wedgewood Apartments is not federally-funded, thus the 80% MSA income limit is based on HUD's non-adjusted income limit for Fairfax County, adjusted for household size using HUD's methodology and rounded to the nearest $50.

**100% MSA initial eligiblity applies only to those households who were occupying units at time of FCRHA purchase of the property and are the maximum income limits for continued occupancy of all residents

Where to Apply:
Management Office
7615 McWhorter Place
Annandale, VA 22003

 

                                                                                                     Manufactured Housing Lot Rentals

Woodley Hills Estates*
Mobile Home Park
Alexandria
703-780-9574

(County General Obligation Bond and CDBG)

 Woodley Hills Estates

 

Minimum Household Income at Initial Eligibility
Maximum Household Income at Initial Eligibility**
Unit Size Income Household Size Income
(80% County Median)
2 bedroom
$29,417
1
$65,850
3 bedroom
$31,303
2
$75,250
3
$84,650
4
$94,050
5
$101,550
6
$109,100

Woodley Hills Estates is a mobile home park. The FCRHA owns and DHCD manages the park. Residents own their units but pay pad rent on a monthly basis.

* Minimum and Maximum income limits do not apply to any residents relocated from the old Woodley-Nightingale mobile home park in 1990, per HUD rules.

** Median Family Income for Fairfax County is $103,000 for a three-person household in 2010 per U.S. Census Bureau - 2010 American Community Survey. Maximum income limits are adjusted for household size using the HUD methodology, and are rounded to the nearest $50.

 


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