The 2019 $0 down, federal home loan limit for Liberty County is $331,200.
Liberty County is situated in East Texas, just north of Houston. The population of the county is 75,655. It is part of the Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land area. The total land size of Liberty County is 1,176 square miles. The county was founded in 1831 and organized into a county six years later. The county seat is Liberty.
The Trinity River which roughly divides the county in half. The Trinity River begins along the northern boundary between Polk County and San Jacinto County. Also, the east fork of the San Jacinto River flows through the northeastern part of Liberty County. The San Jacinto River reaches Cleveland, Ohio. The county also features the Tarkington Bayou, which begins north in Sam Houston National Forest and continues south into northeast Liberty County.
The economy of the county is largely supported by two industries: agriculture and oil production. Another major employer is the Texas Department of Criminal Justice which has correctional facilities in Liberty County. The Texas Department of Criminal Justice has one women’s prison, and two women’s state jails in the county. The county has the fourth largest number of state prisons and jails of any territory in Texas. It employs well over 1,000 people in its facilities.
Liberty is the largest city in the county with a population of 8,400. It has a rich history since Liberty is the third oldest city in Texas. It was established in 1831. Liberty was founded in the state because of its proximity to the Trinity River. Later, much of the population in the area shifted more southwest toward Houston and The Woodlands.
The Liberty Independent School District manages all public education in the city. The current schools include Liberty Elementary School, San Jacinto Elementary School, Liberty Middle School, and Liberty High School. The Liberty Municipal Library has over 43,000 volumes. It is located at the Geraldine D. Humphreys Cultural Center. The cultural center also houses the Humphreys-Burson Theatre which puts on several productions each year. Also, the Sam Houston Regional Library and Research Center operates just outside Liberty.
Liberty County is located northeast of Houston. It is less than an hour’s drive from Liberty, which makes it a desirable place to live. U.S. Highway 90 is the primary way to reach downtown Houston.
U.S. Highway 59 is another important route in the area yet is slowly getting phased out by Interstate 69. Other regional highways include: State Highway 105, State Highway 61, State Highway 146, and State Highway 321. Also, two airports service Liberty County: Cleveland Municipal Airport and Liberty Municipal Airport. George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) is about 55 miles from Liberty.
Liberty County is serviced by several different school districts including: Liberty ISD, Dayton ISD, Cleveland ISD, Hardin ISD, Tarkington ISD, Devers ISD, and Hull-Daisetta ISD. Both Dayton ISD and Cleveland ISD extend into portions of other counties as well.
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Liberty County Loan Limits
FHA Loan Limits
USDA Loan Limit
Very Low Income: $47,100
Low Income: $61,050
Mod. Income Guar Loan: $87,750
USDA Eligible zip codes in Liberty County are: 77327, 77328, 77533, 77535, 77538, 77575, 77564, 77575, and 77582
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