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Seminole County, Oklahoma Federal Loan Information

2020 Seminole County Government Home Loan Limits

FHA Loan Limit $331,760 (Single family residence) / $424,800 (Duplex) / $513,450 (Triplex) / $638,100 (Fourplex)
USDA Loan Limit $251,862
VA Home Loan Limit $0 down up to $3,000,000 / 2 open VA loans at one time $510,400 *(Call 888-573-4496 for details).

The perfect slice of American life, Seminole County is located in central Oklahoma, and is home to some of the friendliest people. A huge variety of attractions can be found in and nearby the county, including museums, golf courses, and more. Rich in history, the county is home to many interesting historical landmarks and structures, some dating back to the early 1900s. A great education is available to people of all ages, thanks to the great local schools and educational resources. Seminole County was officially founded in 1907 and was named after the Seminole Native American tribe. The current population of the county is 24,878.

Everyone is sure to have a great time at any of the fun and interesting attractions in Seminole County. Mutt Miller Park is home to a variety of facilities that are sure to make a nice day outdoors perfect! Cool off during the summer at the swimming pool in Mutt Miller Park, which features diving boards and pool toys. Mutt Miller Park is also home to Lane’s World Splash Pad! Wewoka Lake is a local favorite for all aquatic activities and is nearby many hiking trails and campsites. Other great attractions in the county include the Seminole National Museum and the Dr. Gil Morgan Municipal Golf Course.

Learn about local history and have a great time by checking out all the historical landmarks in Seminole County. The Strother Memorial Chapel is a beautiful historic chapel that has been standing in the county since 1928 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2003. The Strother Memorial Chapel features an amazing Gothic Revival style architecture. The County Courthouse has been standing since 1927 and still serves the county in all courthouse functions. Other amazing historical landmarks in the county include the Roulston-Rogers Site and the J. Coody Johnson Building.

An excellent education is available to everyone in Seminole County, thanks to the great schools and educational resources. Local educational resources include several libraries, tutoring programs, and much more. Seminole State College offers a variety of Associate’s degree and certificate programs, perfect for those looking to start a new career. Seminole State College also offers online learning, financial aid, an on-campus library, and more. Other great schools nearby include Oklahoma Baptist University, St. Gregory’s University, East Central University, and many more!

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