The 2018 $0 down, FED home loan limit for Alpine County is $463,450.
Alpine County is the least-populated county in California, making it the perfect place to get back to nature. Home to a multitude of beautiful outdoor locations, Alpine County is the perfect place for the true nature-lover. The county offers many opportunities for adventurous activities, including skiing, camping, snowboarding, and more. The county also has several historical landmarks that can’t be missed. Officially formed in March 16, 1864, Alpine County was named after its resemblance to the Swiss Alps. The total population of Alpine County is 1,110.
If you are a true adventure-lover, then be sure to check out all of the spots for camping, snowmobiling, and more. There are several scenic areas for camping in Alpine County including Bear Valley Area, Kirkwood Area, and Markleeville Area. Campers can enjoy in the many amenities for both RV and primitive camping at any of the campsites. Thousands of people visit Bear Valley Mountain to take advantage of the skiing and snowboarding opportunities. There are many places in the county for ski rentals and lessons. The Kirkwood Mountain Resort offers many trails, which are great for snowmobiles.
If you are a fan of just kicking back and relaxing in the great outdoors, then there are many scenic spots to relax in Alpine County. There are over 60 different lakes in Alpine County, making the county a favorite of fishers. If you are a fan of fly fishing, then are many rivers which offer excellent opportunities. Go through a relaxing walk through one of the beautiful forests to truly get back to nature. Alpine County features some of the best hiking spots in Northern California, including Hope Valley, Monitor Pass, and Ebbetts Pass.
Be sure to check out all of the interesting historical landmarks in Alpine County to learn more about American history. The Alpine County Courthouse was built in beautiful Markleeville in 1928. The Alpine County Courthouse is still used as a courthouse today and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2004. The Old Webster Schoolhouse is a historic schoolhouse located in Markleeville. The Old Webster Schoolhouse was recently restored and is open to visitors.
Alpine County Properties
Alpine Village, Bear Valley, Kirkwood, Markleeville, Mesa Vista
Alpine County Loan Limits
One Unit: $ 463,450
Two Units: $ 593,300
Three Units: $ 717,150
Four Units: $ 891,250
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