California Home Loan Info

Featuring beautiful weather, amazing beaches, and some of the liveliest cities, is it any wonder that California has a population of almost 40,000,000 people? 39,144,818 to be exact. One of the largest states in America, California is divided into many different sections, each with a culture all their own. California is one of the most popular states for outdoor activities thanks to its vast forests, beautiful waterways, scenic mountain ranges, and interesting deserts. The state is also home to some of the most popular cities in the world, including Los Angeles, San Diego, and San Francisco.

No matter where you are in California, there will be a great way to enjoy the outdoors. If you are in Southern California, then be sure visit one of the many beaches. Thanks to its stable temperature and excellent weather, you will always be comfortable outside in Southern California. Some of the best hiking and skiing opportunities can be found in California, thanks to its multiple mountain ranges, including the Sierra Nevada Range and the Cascade Range.

California one of the largest epicenters of culture in the world. Home to the some of the largest arts, film, and music communities in America, California produces artistic works known the world over. A multitude of professional sports teams of all different kinds are based in California.

No matter what type of home you are looking for in California, Federal Home Loan Centers can help you find and finance it. Everything from a condo in Los Angeles to a farm house in Big Bear can be easily obtained! The median income in California is $61,489.

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2018 California Federal Home Loan Limits (by county):

The loan limits below are the maximum 2018, $0 down FHA loan amount set for each county. For more information on loan limits, feel free to call Federal Home Loan Centers at 877-432-5626.

  1. Alameda County: One-Unit Limit $679,650
  2. Alpine County: One Unit Limit $463,450
  3. Amador County: One Unit Limit $453,100
  4. Butte County: One Unit Limit $453,100
  5. Calaveras County: One Unit Limit $453,100
  6. Colusa County One Unit Limit $453,100
  7. Contra Costa County: One-Unit Limit $679,650
  8. Del Norte County: One Unit Limit $453,100
  9. El Dorado County: One Unit Limit $517,500
  10. Fresno County: One Unit Limit $453,100
  11. Glenn County: One Unit Limit $453,100
  12. Humboldt County: One Unit Limit $453,100
  13. Imperial County: One Unit Limit $453,100
  14. Inyo County: One Unit Limit $453,100
  15. Kern County: One Unit Limit $453,100
  16. Kings County: One Unit Limit $453,100
  17. Lake County: One Unit Limit $453,100
  18. Lassen County: One Unit Limit $453,100
  19. Los Angeles County: One-Unit Limit $679,650
  20. Madera County: One Unit Limit $453,100
  21. Marin County: One Unit Limit $679,650
  22. Mariposa County: One Unit Limit $453,100
  23. Mendocino County: One Unit Limit $453,100
  24. Merced County: One Unit Limit $453,100
  25. Modoc County: One Unit Limit $453,100
  26. Mono County: One Unit Limit $529,000
  27. Monterey County: One Unit Limit $615,250
  28. Napa County: One-Unit Limit $679,650
  29. Nevada County: One Unit Limit $477,250
  30. Orange County: One-Unit Limit $679,650
  31. Placer County: One Unit Limit $517,500
  32. Plumas County: One Unit Limit $453,100
  33. Riverside County: One Unit Limit $453,100
  34. Sacramento County: One Unit Limit $517,500
  35. San Benito County: One-Unit Limit $679,650
  36. San Bernardino County: One Unit Limit $453,100
  37. San Diego County: One Unit Limit $649,750
  38. San Francisco County: One-Unit Limit $679,650
  39. San Joaquin County: One Unit Limit $453,100
  40. San Luis Obispo County: One Unit Limit $615,250
  41. San Mateo County: One-Unit Limit $679,650
  42. Santa Barbara County: One-Unit Limit $636,150
  43. Santa Clara County: One-Unit Limit $679,650
  44. Santa Cruz County: One-Unit Limit $679,650
  45. Shasta County: One Unit Limit $453,100
  46. Sierra County: One Unit Limit $453,100
  47. Siskiyou County One Unit Limit $453,100
  48. Solano County: One Unit Limit $460,000
  49. Sonoma County: One Unit Limit $648,600
  50. Stanislaus County: One Unit Limit $453,100
  51. Sutter County: One Unit Limit $453,100
  52. Tehama County: One Unit Limit $453,100
  53. Tulare County: One Unit Limit $453,100
  54. Tuolumne County: One Unit Limit $453,100
  55. Trinity County: One Unit Limit $453,100
  56. Ventura County: One-Unit Limit $672,750
  57. Yolo County: One Limit Unit $517,500
  58. Yuba County: One Unit Limit $453,100

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