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Seattle Senior Housing Program rent schedule

Seattle Senior Housing Program rent schedule

New residents in the Seattle Senior Housing Program are charged one of five rent levels (or tiers), depending on income, the number of people in the household, and the number of bedrooms. Tenants pay for electricity, and gas where applicable. Water, sewer, and garbage are paid for by the Seattle Senior Housing Program.

Income, one person*
0-bedroom rent**
1-bedroom rent**
2-bedroom rent**

$9,000 to $15,500

$243

$308

$337

$15,500 to $23,250

$423

$488

$536

$23,250  to $31,000

N/A

$667

$733

$31,000 to $38,750

N/A

$867

$953

$38,750 to $61,800 N/A $1,048 $1,132
Utility Allowance
$35 $35 $50
Income, two people*
0-bedroom rent**
1-bedroom rent**
2-bedroom rent**

$9,750 to $17,720

N/A

$308

$337

$17,720 to $26,550

N/A

$488

$536

$26,550 to $35,400

N/A

$667

$733

$35,400 to $44,300

N/A

$867

$953

$44,300 to $70,600 N/A $1,048 $1,132
Utility allowance
$35 $35 $50

* Income limits as of April  2019 (New income limits are normally published annually in March or April)
** Rents as of January 2019 (New rents are published annually in January)

Every January 1st, monthly rent is adjusted according to the Seattle Senior Housing Program's rent policy.