of that established in this subrule. The resolution must include determinations by the
authority that the project could not be marketed successfully without the higher income
limit and that the project complies with either of the following:
(i) It is located in a city, other than a central city, with a per capita personal income less
than the per capita personal income for this state.
(ii) It is located elsewhere and the number of units for households with incomes
eligible for public housing or a program equivalent is at least equal to the number of units
for households with incomes between the 100% and 125% limits. The $12,000.00
amount established in this subrule is automatically increased in accordance with the
following formula: ($12,000.00) + ($12,000.00 x .07 x n) where n is the number of
complete years elapsed since January 1, 1973.
(b) Unless otherwise permitted by the act, for housing, other than single- family
housing units, that has been financed before May 1, 1984, and that has not been financed
by proceeds of authority bonds that have been delivered before June 9, 1977, a household
shall not have a gross income of more than $28,000.00, which is the estimated median
family income in this state, provided, however, in the case of shared housing, a gross
income limit of $15,000.00 is applied separately to each household assigned separate
sleeping and bathroom facilities, notwithstanding the sharing of other living space.
(c) For all single-family housing units, a household shall not have a gross income in
excess of that permitted in the act.
(d) Notwithstanding the provisions of subdivisions (a), (b), and (c) of this subrule, but
subject to the act, a household may have a gross income up to that established pursuant to
the following formula: 1.5 x a x 1.07n, where a is the median family income for the
county in which the proposed housing is to be located, as identified in the publication
entitled "1969 and Estimated 1977 Decile Distributions of Family Income by SMSA's
and Non-Metropolitan Counties," prepared by the United States Department of Housing
and Urban Development, Office of Economic Affairs, Economic and Market Analysis
Division, June 1, 1977, and where n is the number of complete years elapsed since June
1, 1977, if the authority, by resolution, makes all of the following determinations:
(i) The economic integration encouraged by the higher income limits promotes the
financial and social stability of housing financed or to be financed by the authority.
(ii) Private enterprise has failed to provide a substantial supply of adequate, safe, and
sanitary dwellings in the area of the housing proposed for occupancy by households that
qualify for assistance pursuant to this subdivision within the financial means of, and
suitable for, such households.
(iii) The housing is located in an area in a central city that meets the criterion set forth
in subparagraph (ii) of this subdivision.
(e) Notwithstanding the provisions of subdivisions (a), (b), and (d) of this subrule, a
household may have a gross income up to the income limits set forth in sections
44(1)(a)(iv), 44(1)(a)(v), and 44(1)(b), MCL 125.1444, if the authority, by resolution,
determines that the higher income limits promote the authority's ability to preserve the
low-income occupancy of the housing project.
(f) For housing, other than single-family housing units, that has been financed on or
after May 1, 1984, a household shall not have a gross income in excess of that permitted
in the act.