Santa Barbara County, California FED Loan Information

The 2019 $0 down, FED home loan limit for Santa Barbara County is $653,200.

Find the home of your dreams in Santa Barbara County with the help of Federal Home Loan Centers. Located on the western edge of California, the county is home to some of the most beautiful outdoor areas. If you are a fan of aquatic activities, then be sure to visit one of the beautiful waterways in the county. The county is full of historical landmarks, where you can learn more about the history of California. Santa Barbara County was one of the original counties established in California in 1850. The total population of Santa Barbara County is $625,500.

Enjoy in all of your favorite aquatic activities at one of the beautiful waterways in Santa Barbara County. Romero Creek is a majestic waterway that is a tributary of the San Joaquin River and offers some of the best opportunities for rafting, boating, kayaking, and more. Goleta Slough is made up of wetlands, tidal creeks, and tidal marshes, making it a great place to view the local wildlife. Carpinteria Creek spans 8.1 miles and flows through the Santa Ynez Mountains. Other waterways in Santa Barbara County include Toro Canyon Creek, Garapata Creek, Buell Reservoir Creek, and many more.

See all of the beauty and interesting wildlife of Southern California at one of the beautiful outdoor locations in Santa Barbara County. The Channel Islands National Park is home to over 2,000 different species of plants and animals. Channel Islands National Park is a local favorite for hiking and camping, thanks to its many beautiful sights. Another great place to get back to nature in Santa Barbara County is the Guadalupe-Nipomo Dunes National Wildlife Refuge. Other popular outdoor spots include the Los Padres National Forest and Goleta Beach.

There are many historical landmarks in Santa Barbara County, where you can learn more about California history. The craftsmen style Acacia Lodge was built in 1917 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1917. The Paseo de la Guerra is another historic building in Santa Barbara County, which features Spanish Colonial style architecture. Other historical landmarks in Santa Barbara County include the Goleta Depot, Hammond’s Estate Site, Los Alamos Ranch House, and many more.

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Federal Home Loan Centers can help you find and finance the perfect home in Santa Barbara County.

Santa Barbara County Loan Limits

FHA $653,200
USDA $522,560
$0 down VA $625,500

Santa Barbara County Condos

Federal Home Loan Centers can help you find a condo in almost any area of Santa Barbara County.


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