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Nebraska Federal Home Loan Information

Featuring plenty of scenic landscape and farmland, Nebraska is the perfect place to get away from it all. Rich in history, the state is home to many interesting historic sites and landmarks, including the Agate Fossil Beds National Monument and the California National Historic Trail. If you are a fan of the outdoors, then you will love the many state parks, waterways, trails, and camping areas in the state. Nebraska’s capital city of Lincoln is home to a variety of restaurants, shopping areas, sports arenas, and artistic hotspots. There are many great higher education options in the state, including the University of Nebraska and Nebraska Wesleyan University.

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2020 Nebraska FHA, USDA and VA Loan Limits (by county):

As of 2020, all counties come with $0 down and a $3 million loan limit.

  1. Adams County $331,760
  2. Antelope County $331,760
  3. Arthur County $331,760
  4. Banner County $331,760
  5. Blaine County $331,760
  6. Boone County $331,760
  7. Box Butte County $331,760
  8. Boyd County $331,760
  9. Brown County $331,760
  10. Buffalo County $331,760
  11. Burt County $331,760
  12. Butler County $331,760
  13. Cass County $331,760
  14. Cedar County $331,760
  15. Chase County $331,760
  16. Cherry County $331,760
  17. Cheyenne County $331,760
  18. Clay County $331,760
  19. Colfax County $331,760
  20. Cuming County $331,760
  21. Custer County $331,760
  22. Dakota County $331,760
  23. Dawes County $331,760
  24. Dawson County $331,760
  25. Deuel County $331,760
  26. Dixon County $331,760
  27. Dodge County $331,760
  28. Douglas County $331,760
  29. Dundy County $331,760
  30. Fillmore County $331,760
  31. Franklin County $331,760
  32. Frontier County $331,760
  33. Furnas County $331,760
  34. Gage County $331,760
  35. Garden County $331,760
  36. Garfield County $331,760
  37. Gosper County $331,760
  38. Grant County $331,760
  39. Greeley County $331,760
  40. Hall County $331,760
  41. Hamilton County $331,760
  42. Harlan County $331,760
  43. Hayes County $331,760
  44. Hitchcock County $331,760
  45. Holt County $331,760
  46. Hooker County $331,760
  47. Howard County $331,760
  48. Jefferson County $331,760
  49. Johnson County $331,760
  50. Kearney County $331,760
  51. Keith County $331,760
  52. Keya Paha County $331,760
  53. Kimball County $331,760
  54. Knox County $331,760
  55. Lancaster County $331,760
  56. Lincoln County $331,760
  57. Logan County $331,760
  58. Loup County $331,760
  59. Madison County $331,760
  60. Mcpherson County $331,760
  61. Merrick County $331,760
  62. Morrill County $331,760
  63. Nance County $331,760
  64. Nemaha County $331,760
  65. Nuckolls County $331,760
  66. Otoe County $331,760
  67. Pawnee County $331,760
  68. Perkins County $331,760
  69. Phelps County $331,760
  70. Pierce County $331,760
  71. Platte County $331,760
  72. Polk County $331,760
  73. Red Willow County $331,760
  74. Richarson County $331,760
  75. Rock County $331,760
  76. Saline County $331,760
  77. Sarpy County $331,760
  78. Saunders County $331,760
  79. Scotts Bluff County $331,760
  80. Seward County $331,760
  81. Sheridan County $331,760
  82. Sherman County $331,760
  83. Sioux County $331,760
  84. Stanton County $331,760
  85. Thayer County $331,760
  86. Thomas County $331,760
  87. Thurston County $331,760
  88. Valley County $331,760
  89. Washington County $331,760
  90. Wayne County $331,760
  91. Webster County $331,760
  92. Wheeler County $331,760
  93. York County $331,760

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