The 2019 $0 down, Federal home loan limit for Le Flore County is $ 453,100.
Le Flore County is located on the eastern edge of Oklahoma and is home to a variety of excellent shopping, dining, and entertainment options. All your favorite outdoor activities can be enjoyed at any of the scenic outdoor spots in the county. A variety of local attractions are available in the area, including museums, golf courses, and more. Many interesting historical landmarks and structures can be found in the county, many dating back to the early 1900s. Le Flore County was officially founded in 1907 and was named after a Choctaw Native American tribe. The current population of the county is 49,731.
Have a great time in the lovely Oklahoma weather at any of the beautiful outdoor spots in Le Flore County. A favorite of local hikers and bikers, the Ouachita National Recreation Trail offers some of the best views of the local landscape and wildlife. Have a true adventure in the Ouachita National Forest, which features scenic trails, beautiful campsites, majestic lookout points, and more! Bring your family to Talimena State Park to enjoy in its great views, playground equipment, picnic shelters, and more! Other scenic outdoor spots in the county include the Winding Stair Mountain National Recreation Area and Heavener Runestone Park.
Fun for the whole family is waiting at any of the great attractions in and nearby Le Flore County. Cool off in the large pool at Parrot Island Waterpark. Parrot Island Waterpark is home to a variety of excellent slides, rides, and more! Get away from it all at the A To Z Guest Ranch, which features cozy rooms, horseback riding, ATV trails, and more. All your favorite games can be joined at the Choctaw Casino, which features drink specials, special events, and more! For even more fun, be sure to visit the Le Flore County Museum, Spiro Mounds Archaeological Center, and many more.
Visit any of the interesting historical landmarks in Le Flore County to take a step back in time! The James E. Reynolds House is a 10-room stone castle that has been standing in the county since 1911. The James E. Reynolds House was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1977. The Shady Point School has been standing in the county since 1936 and was added to National Register in 1988. Other historic landmarks in the county include the Poteau Community Building, Overstreet House, and many more.
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Le Flore County Loan Limits
One-Unit: $ 453,100
Two-Units: $ 580,150
Three-Units: $ 701,250
Four-Units: $ 871,450
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