The 2019 $0 down, Federal home loan limit for Monroe County is $ 453,100.
Located along the southeastern edge of Ohio, Monroe County is home to a variety of exciting cities and quiet small towns. The county offers a huge variety of local attractions, including museums, art galleries, golf courses, and more. Bring your friends and family to all the beautiful outdoor spots in the county, where you can see amazing local wildlife. If you are interested in local history, then you won’t want to miss out on any of the amazing historical landmarks. The county was officially founded on March 1, 1815 and was named after President James Monroe. The current population of the county is 14,409.
If you are looking for some fun and exercise, then be sure to visit all the beautiful outdoor spots in Monroe County. A beautiful slice of the Ohio landscape, the Lamping Homestead Recreation Area is home to miles of scenic trails and beautiful campsites. Along the scenic trails in the Lamping Homestead Recreation Area, you can see amazing local wildlife. Monroe Lake is a great place to enjoy in all your favorite aquatic activities, including boating, fishing, and swimming. Monroe Lake features several convenient boat ramps and fishing piers. Other beautiful outdoor spots in the county include Kiedaisch Point Park and the Wayne National Forest.
People of all ages are sure to have a great time at any of the attractions in and nearby Monroe County. Bruce Park is a great place to bring your family on a nice day, featuring picnic shelters, playground equipment, and basketball courts. Bruce Park also features a swimming pool, perfect for cooling off during the summer. Learn about local history at the Ohio Valley River Museum, Inc., which is home to many interesting exhibits and artifacts. Mornoe County is also home to and nearby many excellent shopping, dining, and entertainment options.
Avid history buffs are sure to enjoy all the amazing historical landmarks in Monroe County. The Hollister-Parry House is a beautiful historic home that has been standing in the county since 1859 and features and Italian Villa style architecture. The Hollister-Parry House currently houses a museum and was added to the National Register of Historic Places on April 16, 1980. See the amazing Knowlton Covered Bridge, which has been standing in the county since 1860 and overlooks the beautiful Little Muskingum River. Other historic attractions in the county include the Foraker Bridge and the William C. Mooney House.
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Monroe County Loan Limits
One-Unit: $ 453,100
Two-Units: $ 580,150
Three-Units: $ 701,250
Four-Units: $ 871,450
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