$100,000 officially means you're 'Low Income' In Parts Of Bay Area

Stats from the Department of Housing and Urban Development that were just released say that in parts of the Bay Area, some folks who earn a six-figure income can be considered "low-income."

Doesn't that sound crazy? 

San Francisco residents with a family of four making $105,000 are now considered low income.

Alameda and Contra Costa counties: $80,000.

Santa Clara County: $84,000

This is the reality these days, check out the details below. 

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