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moderate-income

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Of or relating to people or households supported by an average or slightly below average income: moderate-income housing.

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Examples

  • Twenty units were classified as moderate-income, with much lower asking prices than the market-rate units, which have been listed for a range of $450,000 to $899,000.

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  • March 12th, 2010 at 4: 39 pm studies have shown that the CRA has increased the volume of responsible lending to low - and moderate-income households

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  • Democrats bristled at what they said was insufficient attention paid by the White House to promoting homeownership opportunities for low- and moderate-income Americans.

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  • Rising costs will prevent over three million college qualified students from low and moderate-income backgrounds from getting a degree this decade.

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  • He would additionally like a group to hang to a goal of assisting low - as good as moderate-income households, that equates to it would insure mortgages upon home valued during up to $175,000.

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  • Hand Out for City Aid As they look to convert their property to condominiums, the tenants at Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village are eager to leave some of the 11,200-apartment complex as rentals for moderate-income families.

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  • Winding Down FHA Financing While some in the industry say FHA loan limits should remain elevated until the housing market has stabilized completely, most agree that for the FHA to stay true to its mission of helping low- and moderate-income Americans, the limit must come down over time.

    FHA Powers What's Left of the Home Market

  • But his "9-9-9" plan has come under fire from liberals—and even some conservatives—for its potential to boost tax payments by moderate-income households, as well as its embrace of an entirely new tax, the national sales tax.

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  • Many minimum-wage workers are young people from moderate-income households, and many families living in poverty have no members earning wages at all.

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  • The income limits also are going up for low- and moderate-income workers seeking the retirement saver's credit.

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