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Ohio Federal Home Loan Information

Located on the northern border of the United States, Ohio is one of the most densely-populated states. Home to a variety of small towns and large cities, Ohio offers something for everyone. The state capital and largest city of Columbus is home to many excellent dining, shopping, and entertainment options. Nature-lovers are sure to enjoy the many beautiful outdoor spots in the state, including Lake Erie, Hocking Hills State Park, the Cuyahoga River, and many more. The state is also home to a multitude of attractions, perfect for families, including the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Cedar Point, and Kings Island. Higher education options in the state include Ohio State University and Cleveland State University.

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

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

  1. Adams County $331,760
  2. Allen County $331,760
  3. Ashland County $331,760
  4. Ashtabula County $331,760
  5. Athens County $331,760
  6. Auglaize County $331,760
  7. Belmont County $331,760
  8. Brown County $331,760
  9. Butler County $331,760
  10. Carroll County $331,760
  11. Champaign County $331,760
  12. Clark County $331,760
  13. Clermont County $331,760
  14. Clinton County $331,760
  15. Columbiana County $331,760
  16. Coshocton County $331,760
  17. Crawford County $331,760
  18. Cuyahoga County $331,760
  19. Darke County $331,760
  20. Defiance County $331,760
  21. Delaware County $373,750
  22. Erie County $331,760
  23. Fairfield County $373,750
  24. Fayette County $331,760
  25. Franklin County $373,750
  26. Fulton County $331,760
  27. Gallia County $331,760
  28. Geauga County $331,760
  29. Greene County $331,760
  30. Guernsey County $331,760
  31. Hamilton County $331,760
  32. Hancock County $331,760
  33. Hardin County $331,760
  34. Harrison County $331,760
  35. Henry County $331,760
  36. Highland County $331,760
  37. Hocking County $331,760
  38. Holmes County $331,760
  39. Huron County $331,760
  40. Jackson County $331,760
  41. Jefferson County $331,760
  42. Knox County $331,760
  43. Lake County $331,760
  44. Lawrence County $331,760
  45. Licking County $331,760
  46. Logan County $331,760
  47. Lorain County $331,760
  48. Lucas County $331,760
  49. Madison County $373,750
  50. Mahoning County $331,760
  51. Marion County $331,760
  52. Medina County $331,760
  53. Meigs County $331,760
  54. Mercer County $331,760
  55. Miami County $331,760
  56. Monroe County $331,760
  57. Montgomery County $331,760
  58. Morgan County $331,760
  59. Morrow County $373,750
  60. Muskingum County $331,760
  61. Noble County $331,760
  62. Ottawa County $331,760
  63. Paulding County $331,760
  64. Perry County $373,750
  65. Pickaway County $373,750
  66. Pike County $331,760
  67. Portage County $331,760
  68. Preble County $331,760
  69. Putnam County $331,760
  70. Richland County $331,760
  71. Ross County $331,760
  72. Sandusky County $331,760
  73. Scioto County $331,760
  74. Seneca County $331,760
  75. Shelby County $331,760
  76. Stark County $331,760
  77. Summit County $331,760
  78. Trumbull County $331,760
  79. Tuscarawas County $331,760
  80. Union County $373,750
  81. Van Wert County $331,760
  82. Vinton County $331,760
  83. Warren County $331,760
  84. Washington County $331,760
  85. Wayne County $331,760
  86. Williams County $331,760
  87. Wood County $331,760
  88. Wyandot County $331,760

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