Licking County, Ohio Federal Loan Information

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

Located near the center of Ohio, Licking County provides everything that people love about the state, including great food and friendly people. The county offers a huge variety of local attractions, so everyone is sure to find a way to have fun. Make sure to check out all the scenic outdoor spots in the county, where you can take in amazing views. If you are interested in local history, then be sure to check out all the amazing historical landmarks. Licking County was officially founded on March 1, 1808 and was named after the local salt licks. The current population of the county is 170,570.

People of all ages are sure to have a great time at all the fun and interesting attractions in Licking County. The Old Haunted Licking County Jail is a popular attraction year-round, featuring ghost tours and special events. The Old Haunted Licking County Jail has been standing since 1889. The Works: Ohio Center for History, Art & Technology features a variety of interesting exhibits, designed to make learning about science and history fun! Learn about local wildlife at the Buckeye Lake Museum. Other interesting attractions in the county include the National Heisey Glass Museum and Heath City Water Park.

Make memories at all the beautiful outdoor spots in Licking County! The Dawes Arboretum is home to miles of trails, along which you can see some of the most beautiful plant life. The Dawes Arboretum is the perfect place to watch the leaves change in the fall. For excellent views of local wildlife, rock formations, waterways, and more, be sure to visit the Blackhand Gorge State Nature Preserve. Infirmary Mound Park is a favorite of local families, featuring great views, picnic shelters, a dog park, and more! Other beautiful outdoor spots in the county include the Morris Woods State Nature Preserve and the Spring Valley Nature Preserve.

Make a stop by any of the amazing historical landmarks in Licking County for a real view into American history. The Avery–Hunter House is a beautiful historic home that has been standing in the county since 1842. Now housing the Robbins Hunter Museum, the Avery–Hunter House was added to the National Register of Historic Places on December 27, 1979. Other interesting historic landmarks in the county include Belle Hall Covered Bridge, Buxton Inn, and Bethel Baptist Church.


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Licking County Property Search

Heath, New Albany, Newark, Pataskala, Reynoldsburg, Alexandria, Buckeye Lake, Granville, Gratiot, Hanover, Hartford, Hebron, Johnstown, Kirkersville, St. Louisville, Utica

43721, 43740, 43739, 43746, 43001, 43008, 43013, 43018, 43023, 43025, 43027, 43030, 43031, 43822, 43033, 43830, 43046, 43055, 43056, 43062, 43071, 43073, 43076, 43080

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Licking County Loan Limits

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


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