City Guideline 2012-12: Ingoing Tenant Income Limits
|Date Issued||Effective Date|
|October 23, 2012||Immediately|
Applicability to Social Housing Programs
The policies and procedures in this City Guideline are to be implemented under the following programs.
|Housing Services Act, Part VII Housing Projects, Market and Rent-Geared-to-Income, Section 78 Housing Providers (formerly 110)|
|Housing Services Act, Part VII Housing Projects, 100% Rent-Geared-to-Income, Section 78 Housing Providers (formerly 110)|
|X||Federal Non-Profit Housing, Section 26/27|
|Federal Non-Profit Housing, Section 95|
|Rent Supplement Programs for Sections 26, 27, 95 and New Affordable Housing Providers|
|Toronto Community Housing Corporation|
Please note: If your program is not checked, this City Guideline does not apply to your project.
When selecting tenants to fill vacancies, Sections 26 and 27 housing providers must ensure that the prospective tenants’ household income is less than the Ingoing Tenant Income Limit.
On September 18, 2012, the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing issued Social Housing notification 12-05. This documents Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation’s new Ingoing Tenant Income Limits (total household income). The Ingoing Tenant Income Limit is now $64,817.
- Section 26 and 27 housing providers must ensure that prospective tenants’ household income is less than the new Ingoing Tenant Income Limit.
If you have any questions, please contact your Housing Consultant or the HSS:
Housing Stability Services
Shelter, Support & Housing Administration
City of Toronto
365 Bloor Street East, 15th floor
Toronto, ON M4W 3L4