North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 122A. North Carolina Housing Finance Agency § 122A-5.4. Housing for persons and families of moderate income

(a) The General Assembly hereby finds and determines that there is a serious shortage of decent, safe and sanitary housing which persons and families of moderate income in the State can afford;  that it is in the best interests of the State to encourage home ownership by persons and families of moderate income;  that the assistance provided by this section will enable persons and families of moderate income to acquire existing decent, safe and sanitary housing without undue financial hardship and will encourage private enterprise to sponsor, build and rehabilitate additional housing for such persons and families;  and that the Agency in providing such assistance is promoting the health, welfare and prosperity of all citizens of the State and is serving a public purpose for the benefit of the general public.

(b) The terms “persons and families of lower income” and “persons of lower income” wherever they appear in this Chapter, except where they appear in G.S. 122A-2 and G.S. 122A-3 , shall be deemed to include “persons and families of moderate income” as defined in clause (c) of this section.

(c) “Persons and families of moderate income” means persons and families deemed by the Agency to require the assistance made available by this Chapter on account of insufficient personal or family income taking into consideration, without limitation, (i) the amount of the total income of such persons and families available for housing needs, (ii) the size of the family, (iii) the cost and condition of housing facilities available and (iv) the eligibility of such persons and families for federal housing assistance of any type predicated upon a moderate or low and moderate income basis.


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