The 2019 $0 down, Federal home loan limit for Essex County is $ 453,100.
Known for its beautiful lakes and mountains, Essex County is the perfect for those looking for adventure and a natural place to settle down. Located on the northeastern edge of New York, Essex County is home to some of the country’s most beautiful lakes and other waterways. If you are a fan of rock climbing and hiking, then you can’t miss out on any of the beautiful mountains and peaks in the county. Rich in history, Essex County is home to many interesting historical landmarks. The county was officially founded in 1799 and was named after the English county of Essex. The current population of the county is 38,478.
Enjoy in all your favorite aquatic activities at any of the beautiful waterways in Essex County. Encompassing 490 square miles, Lake Champlain is just one of the beautiful lakes in the area and is a great spot for fishing and boating. Lake Champlain features miles of beautiful shorelines, which are great for jogging, picnicking, camping, and more! Lake George is another great spot for fishing and is also a favorite for kayaking and canoeing. Other beautiful waterways in the county include Avalanche Lake, Mirror Lake, Marcy Dam, and many more.
Have a real adventure at any of the scenic mountains and peaks in Essex County. The fifth-largest mountain in the state, Whiteface Mountain is a local favorite for climbing and hiking. Along the many trails on Whiteface Mountain you can see amazing local wildlife. There are several ski resorts located on Whiteface Mountain, where you can enjoy in all your favorite winter sports. Mount Marcy is a beautiful place, perfect for camping, featuring several campgrounds and camping resources. Mount Van Hoevenberg is home to beautiful peaks, where you can take in great views of the local landscape. Other mountains in the area include Mount Jo, Giant Mountain, Cascade Mountain, and more.
If you are interested in local history, then be sure to check out all the historical landmarks in Essex County. Standing since the 18th century, Fort Ticonderoga is an amazing historical landmark that was used during the French and Indian War and the early Revolutionary War. The John Brown Farm State Historic Site has been standing since 1869, and was once the home of abolitionist, John Brown. Other historic landmarks in the county include the Adsit Log House and Abraham Aiken House.
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Essex County Loan Limits
One-Unit: $ 453,100
Two-Units: $ 580,150
Three-Units: $ 701,250
Four-Units: $ 871,450
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