Benton County, Arkansas Federal Loan Information

The 2018 $0 down, Federal home loan limit for Benton County is $453,100.

Home to the second-most populated city in Arkansas, Bentonville, Benton County has all the resources of a larger city, while maintaining that hometown feel. There is something for everyone in Benton County, including art galleries, history museums, golf courses, and much more! If you are looking to enjoy in scenic views of the local landscape, be sure to visit one of the county’s local parks, lakes, or rivers. The county is rich in history, making it a great place for history buffs! The county was officially created in September 1836, and was named after Thomas Hart Benton, who served as a United States Senator. The current population of the county is 249,672.

For some fun for the whole family, be sure to visit any of the interesting attractions in Benton County. If you are interested in art history, then be sure to check out the amazing exhibits housed within the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art also features rotating exhibits and special events. Learn about the Native American history of Arkansas at the Museum of Native American History, which features authentic clothing, tools, and more. Other great attractions in the county include the Meteor Guitar Gallery, Haxton Road Studios, the Momentary, and many more!

Enjoy in all your favorite outdoor activities at all the scenic outdoor spots in Benton County. Beaver Lake is one of the largest waterways in the area, and offers some of the most amazing views and excellent opportunities for aquatic activities. At Beaver Lake State Park, you can enjoy in a nice picnic, while taking in views of the lake. Beaver Lake State Park is also home to several camping areas and hiking trails. Ozark National Forest is a great spot for camping, hunting, and hiking. Other beautiful outdoor spots in the county include Withrow Springs State Park and Table Rock Lake.

History buffs should be sure to check out the many historic landmarks and structures in Benton County. The Bentonville West Central Avenue Historic District is home to many different historic structures, some dating back to the 1800s. The Blackwell-Paisley Cabin is a beautiful historic cabin that has been standing in the county since 1924, and was added to the National Register of Historic Places on January 28, 1988. Other historic landmarks in the county include the Blackburn House, Bogan Cabin, and Bentonville High School.


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Benton County Loan Limits

One-Unit: $424,100
Two-Units: $543,000
Three-Units: $656,350
Four-Units: $ 815,650


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