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Core Need Income Threshold (CNIT) is a calculation to determine the income that a household needs in order to secure adequate private sector accommodation."
--City of Grande Prairie Affordable Housing Master Plan, pg. 10, January 2011
Core Needs Income Thresholds for 2012 (.pdf 27.6KB)
Affordable Housing for an individual household is generally defined as shelter costs (rent or mortgage and property taxes, plus heating and electricity costs), that do not exceed 30% of gross household income. In practice, some municipalities use a low end of market rate i.e. 20% below current market levels as their measure of affordability and one that fits within the definition of affordable housing.
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