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New Mexico Federal Loan Information

The perfect mix of natural beauty and city life, New Mexico has something for everyone! The state is home to a multitude of state parks, national forests, and waterways, making it the perfect place for nature-lovers. Every city and small town in New Mexico offers its own personality and culture. Rich in history, the state is home to a variety of historical landmarks. Attractions of all kinds can be found in the state, including ski resorts, museums, concert halls, sports arenas, and more. The state is also home to some of the best colleges and universities in the area, including the University of New Mexico and New Mexico State University.

There are a multitude of fun and exciting attractions all over New Mexico that people of all ages are sure to love! Chaco Culture National Historical Park is one of the most popular archeological sites in the country, and features ruins dating back to 800 A.D. The Billy the Kid Museum features many interesting exhibits on Billy the Kid, including antique cars, trucks, and guided tours. Other popular museums in the state include the Museum of International Folk Art and the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture. If you are a fan of sports, then you have to check out the sports arenas in the state, including the Santa Ana Star Center. Other popular attractions in the state include the Cumbres-Toltec Scenic Railway and Santa Fe.

Perfect for nature-lovers, New Mexico is home to some of the most amazing outdoor attractions. Take in amazing views of interesting rock formations by taking a tour of the Carlsbad Caverns. Chaco Canyon is another popular outdoor attraction, and is home to many Pueblo ruins, some dating back to 900 A.D. The White Sands National Monument features majestic mountain and desert views. Other great outdoor spots in the state include the Bandelier National Monument and Valle Vidal.

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

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

  1. Bernalillo County One-Unit Limit $331,760
  2. Catron County One-Unit Limit $401,350
  3. Chaves County One-Unit Limit $331,760
  4. Cibola County  One-Unit Limit $331,760
  5. Colfax County One-Unit Limit $331,760
  6. Debaca County One-Unit Limit $331,760
  7. Dona Ana County One-Unit Limit $331,760
  8. Eddy County One-Unit Limit $331,760
  9. Grant County One-Unit Limit $331,760
  10. Guadalupe County One-Unit Limit $331,760
  11. Harding County One-Unit Limit $331,760
  12. Hidalgo County One-Unit Limit $331,760
  13. Lea County One-Unit Limit $331,760
  14. Lincoln County One-Unit Limit $331,760
  15. Los Alamos County One-Unit Limit $331,760
  16. Luna County One-Unit Limit $331,760
  17. Mckinley County One-Unit Limit $331,760
  18. Mora County One-Unit Limit $331,760
  19. Otero County One-Unit Limit $331,760
  20. Quay County One-Unit Limit $331,760
  21. Rio Arriba County One-Unit Limit $331,760
  22. Roosevelt County One-Unit Limit $331,760
  23. San Juan County One-Unit Limit $331,760
  24. San Miguel County One-Unit Limit $331,760
  25. Sandoval County One-Unit Limit $331,760
  26. Santa Fe County One-Unit Limit $380,650
  27. Sierra County One-Unit Limit $331,760
  28. Socorro County One-Unit Limit $331,760
  29. Taos County One-Unit Limit $331,760
  30. Torrance County One-Unit Limit $331,760
  31. Union County One-Unit Limit $331,760
  32. Valencia County One-Unit Limit $331,760

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