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Barbour County, Alabama FHA, VA, and USDA Loan Information

Barbour County Loan Limits

FHA $294,515
USDA $175,100
VA Home Loan Limit $484,350

FHA Loan Limits

One-Unit: $314,827

Two-Units: $403,125

Three-Units: $487,250

Four-Units: $605,525

USDA Loans

USDA Eligible zip codes in the county are: 36016, 36017, 36027, 36046, 36072

Located on the eastern edge of Alabama, Barbour County is a great place for people of all ages to live and grow. Don’t miss out on all of the beautiful outdoor attractions in Barbour County, where you can have some fun in the sun. There are a multitude of interesting historical landmarks in Barbour County, where you can have fun and learn. Speaking of learning, the county is a great place to raise children, thanks to the strong school system. The county was officially created on December 18, 1832, and was named after former Governor of Virginia, James Barbour. The current population of Barbour County is 27,076.

You have to see all of the beautiful views that can be seen at the many scenic locations in the county. The Eufaula National Wildlife Refuge is partly located in Barbour County and is home to a multitude of interesting wildlife. Visit the Eufaula National Wildlife Refuge for some of the best hiking and exploration opportunities! Walter F. George Lake is not only one of the most beautiful lakes in Alabama, it is also one of the best places for fishing. Other great activities that can be enjoyed at Walter F. George Lake, include boating, swimming, canoeing, and more.

Come see all of the interesting historical landmarks in Barbour County to get a true view into American history. The Cato House is a historic structure that was built as the home for a prominent secessionist in 1858. The Henry D. Clayton House was built in the early 1900s and was made a National Landmark in 1976. The Seth Lore and Irwinton Historic District features many different historic structures, some dating back to 1825. Other historic landmarks in the county include the Miller-Martin Town House, Shorter Mansion, Sheppard College, and many more.

The education of all children is very important to the community of Barbour County. The schools of Barbour County only hire the most qualified and helpful teachers and administrators. For children that need extra attention, there are a multitude of educational resources and afterschool programs. The Barbour County Library offers a quiet place to study as well as all the books you need and many computer services. There are many different clubs and athletic programs that your child is welcome to join, including basketball, baseball, academic team, band, and many more!

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Clio, Eufaula, Bakerhill, Blue Springs, Clayton, Louisville

36048, 36317, 36016, 36053, 36017

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