‘Low income’ level for SF singles doesn’t rise, still six figures

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“It’s just as expensive to be considered a low-income San Franciscan as it was last year, but tens of thousands of dollars more expensive than it was less than a decade ago. Earlier this month, the California Department of Housing and Community Development once again defined ‘low income’ in The City as a one-person household making between $62,251 and $104,400, meaning that an individual making less than the upper limit is eligible for certain state and local affordable housing programs.”

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