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Cumberland County, New Jersey Federal Loan Information

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

Located on the southern edge of New Jersey, Cumberland County is a great place to settle down and raise a family. There are many different attractions in the area, so everyone is sure to find a way to have fun! If you are a fan of the outdoors, then you will love the many scenic rivers, parks, and forests in the county. An excellent education is available to everyone, thanks to the many local and nearby education options! The county was officially founded in 1748, and was named after Prince William, Duke of Cumberland. The current population of the county is 155,854.

You and your entire family are sure to have a great time at any of the fun and exciting attractions in Cumberland County. See all the amazing species housed with the Cohanzick Zoo, which also provides educational programs and tours. Learn about the area’s history at the George Woodruff Indian Museum, which is home to a multitude of interesting Native American artifacts. See amazing art and take advantage of the resources for local artists at the Wheaton Arts & Cultural Center. Try delicious wines while enjoying in amazing views at the Southwind Vineyard. Other local attractions include the Glasstown Arts District, New Jersey Motorsports Park, Landis Theater, and many more.

If you are a true nature-lover, then you can’t miss out on any of the scenic outdoor spots in Cumberland County. Take a relaxing float down the Maurice River Water Trail to enjoy in beautiful natural views. The Maurice River itself is a popular local spot for fishing, boating, canoeing, and more! Enjoy in a relaxing walk and some of the best bird watching opportunities at Bridgeton Riverfront. There are also several shopping and dining options located at Bridgeton Riverfront. Other great outdoor spots in the county include the Manumuskin River Preserve and the Maurice River Bluffs Preserve.

There are many great school districts located in Cumberland County, so there is sure to be a school convenient to your new home! Cumberland City College is the perfect place for those looking to get started on their new career, offering a multitude of degree programs, online learning, financial aid programs, and more. Cumberland City College also hosts a variety of exciting events throughout the year. Educational resources available in the area include the Cumberland City Education Center and several local libraries.


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Cumberland County Property Search

Seabrook Farms, Laurel Lake, Bridgeton, Vineland, Cedarville, Port Norris, Millville, Shiloh, Fairton, Rosenhayn, Deerfield Township, Maurice River Township, Lawrence Township, Fairfield Township, Hopewell Township, Upper Deerfield Township, Commercial Township, Greenwich Township, Stow Creek Township, Downe Township

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Cumberland County Loan Limits

One-Unit: $ 453,100
Two-Units: $ 580,150
Three-Units: $ 701,250
Four-Units: $ 871,450


Cumberland County Condo Search

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