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Cherokee County, Oklahoma Federal Loan Information

2020 Cherokee County Government Home Loan Limits

FHA Loan Limit $331,760 (Single family residence) / $424,800 (Duplex) / $513,450 (Triplex) / $638,100 (Fourplex)
USDA Loan Limit $251,862
VA Home Loan Limit $0 down up to $3,000,000 / 2 open VA loans at one time $510,400 *(Call 888-573-4496 for details).

If you are looking for the perfect place in Oklahoma to settle down, then be sure to check out Cherokee County. Home to many beautiful waterways, parks, and other outdoor attractions, Cherokee County is a great spot for nature-lovers. The county also features a variety of interesting indoor attractions, including museums, art galleries, recreation centers, and much more! You can be sure that your child will receive an excellent education in the county, thanks to the great local schools. Cherokee County was officially founded in 1907 and was named after the Cherokee Native American tribe. The current population of the county is 48,888.

Don’t miss out on any of the amazing views to behold in Cherokee County. Sequoyah State Park offers amazing views of the local landscape and is home to miles of scenic trails, campsites, and more. One of the state’s largest lodges is located in Sequoyah State Park and is the perfect place for a relaxing weekend getaway. Cherokee Landing State Park features over 140-acres of beautiful Oklahoma landscape and is a great place to see local wildlife. Cherokee Landing State Park also features great views of Lake Tenkiller. Other beautiful outdoor spots in the county include the J. T. Nickel Family Nature and Wildlife Preserve and Tenkiller Ferry Lake.

A great time for the whole family is waiting at all the fun attractions in Cherokee County. The John Ross Museum is the perfect place to learn about local history, featuring a variety of interesting exhibits, artifacts, and more! The Cherokee Heritage Center was built to preserve the culture of the Cherokee nation and is home to amazing art pieces, historic artifacts, and more. If you are a fan of hunting, then be sure to check out the beautiful grounds of the Cookson Hills State Game Refuge. Other attractions in the county include the Cherokee Nation Capitol and the Cherokee National Prison Museum.

A great education is waiting for people of all ages in Cherokee County, thanks to the great local schools! A variety of educational resources can be found in the area, including local libraries and afterschool programs. Be sure to attend all the exciting events hosted by the local schools, including sporting events and stage performances. If you are interested in continuing your education, then check out the programs offered at Northeastern State University.

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