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Apache County, Arizona Fed Loan Information

The 2019 $0 down, Federal home loan limit for Apache County is $294,515.

Apache County is located on the eastern edge of Arizona, and has all of the beauty and history that people expect from the state. Be sure to check out all of the beautiful outdoor locations in Apache County, which include parks, deserts, waterways, and more. There are many different events held in the county throughout the year, where people of all ages are sure to have a great time! If you are looking for some fun in your free time, be sure to visit all of the exciting attractions in Apache County. The county was founded on February 24, 1879, and was named after the Apache Native American tribe. The current population of the county is 71,474, including a veteran population of 3,473.

For some of the best hiking and camping opportunities, be sure to check out the many outdoor spots in Apache County. The Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest is one of the most beautiful spots in the area, and is a local favorite for camping! Home to many scenic hiking trails and interesting wildlife, the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest is a great place for exploration. Another great place for hiking and exploration is the Petrified Forest National Park. Many fossils and interesting minerals have been found in the Petrified Forest National Park.

Be sure to attend all of the great events help in Apache County for some fun for the whole family. You can’t miss out on the annual Fourth of July Celebrations, which features local food, live music, and ends in an extravagant fireworks show! Pioneer Days is another exciting festival held in the county, which celebrates local history with fun games, a junior rodeo, a parade, and more. Celebrate the Apache history of Apache County with the Apache County Fair. Other great events held in the area include the Halloween Parade and the Christmas Light Parade.

Be sure to check out all of the exciting attractions in Apache County for some fun in your free time! Concho Valley Golf Course is the perfect place for avid golfers, featuring a beautiful 18-hole course and many golfing amenities. The Meteor Crater is an interesting landmark that was left by a huge meteor over 50,000 years ago. Go for a hike or weekend camping trip at the Big Lake Recreation Area. Other interesting attractions in the county include the Raven Site Ruins and the Sunrise Ski Resort.

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Apache County Loan Limits

FHA: $294,515

USDA: $174,400

VA: $726,525

Apache County Condos

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