Missouri Medicaid and My Home

by Gabriel Heiser


Will I still be approved of getting Missouri Medicaid if I own a house worth 120,000?


Yes, a single individual may qualify for Medicaid if they own a house of no more than $500,000 in net equity value. A married individual applying for Medicaid may own a house of unlimited value, if the other spouse resides in that house.

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