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Texas Federal Home Loan Information

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

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

  1. Anderson County $331,760
  2. Andrews County $331,760
  3. Angelina County $331,760
  4. Archer County $331,760
  5. Aransas County $331,760
  6. Armstrong County $331,760
  7. Atascosa County $393,300
  8. Austin County $331,760
  9. Bailey County $331,760
  10. Bandera County $393,300
  11. Bastrop County $404,800
  12. Baylor County $331,760
  13. Bee County $331,760
  14. Bell County $331,760
  15. Bexar County $393,300
  16. Blanco County $331,760
  17. Borden County $331,760
  18. Bosque County $331,760
  19. Bowie County $331,760
  20. Brazoria County $331,760
  21. Brazos County $331,760
  22. Brewster County $331,760
  23. Briscoe County $331,760
  24. Brooks County $331,760
  25. Brown County $331,760
  26. Burleson County S331,760
  27. Burnet County $331,760
  28. Caldwell County $404,800
  29. Calhoun County $331,760
  30. Callahan County $331,760
  31. Cameron County $331,760
  32. Camp County $331,760
  33. Carson County $331,760
  34. Cass County $331,760
  35. Castro County $331,760
  36. Chambers County $331,760
  37. Cherokee County $331,760
  38. Childress County $331,760
  39. Clay County $331,760
  40. Cochran County $331,760
  41. Coke County $331,760
  42. Coleman County $331,760
  43. Collin County $404,800
  44. Collingsworth County $331,760
  45. Colorado County $331,760
  46. Comal County $393,300
  47. Comanche County $331,760
  48. Concho County $331,760
  49. Cooke County $331,760
  50. Coryell County $331,760
  51. Cottle County $331,760
  52. Crane County $331,760
  53. Crockett County $331,760
  54. Crosby County $265,400
  55. Culberson County $265,400
  56. Dallam County $265,400
  57. Dallas County $323,800
  58. Dawson County $265,400
  59. De Witt County $331,760
  60. Deaf Smith County $331,760
  61. Delta County $331,760
  62. Denton County $404,800
  63. Dewitt County $331,760
  64. Dickens County $331,760
  65. Dimmit County $331,760
  66. Donley County $331,760
  67. Duval County $331,760
  68. Eastland County $331,760
  69. Ector County $331,760
  70. Edwards County $331,760
  71. El Paso County $331,760
  72. Ellis County $404,800
  73. Erath County $331,760
  74. Falls County $331,760
  75. Fannin County $331,760
  76. Fayette County $331,760
  77. Fisher County $331,760
  78. Floyd County $331,760
  79. Foard County $331,760
  80. Fort Bend County $484,350
  81. Franklin County $331,760
  82. Freestone County $331,760
  83. Frio County $331,760
  84. Gaines County $331,760
  85. Galveston County $331,760
  86. Garza County $331,760
  87. Gillespie County $331,760
  88. Glasscock County $331,760
  89. Goliad County $331,760
  90. Gonzales County $331,760
  91. Gray County $331,760
  92. Grayson County $331,760
  93. Gregg County $331,760
  94. Grimes County $331,760
  95. Guadalupe County $393,300
  96. Hale County $331,760
  97. Hall County $331,760
  98. Hamilton County $331,760
  99. Hansford County $331,760
  100. Hardemane County $331,760
  101. Hardin County $331,760
  102. Harris County $331,760
  103. Harrison County $331,760
  104. Hartley County $331,760
  105. Haskell County $331,760
  106. Hays County $404,800
  107. Hemphill County $331,760
  108. Henderson County $331,760
  109. Hill County $331,760
  110. Hidalgo County $331,760
  111. Hockley County $331,760
  112. Hood County $331,760
  113. Hopkins County $331,760
  114. Houston County $331,760
  115. Howard County $331,760
  116. Hubsted County $331,760
  117. Hunt County $404,800
  118. Hutchinson County $331,760
  119. Irion County $331,760
  120. Jack County $331,760
  121. Jackson County $331,760
  122. Jasper County $331,760
  123. Jeff Davis County $331,760
  124. Jefferson County $331,760
  125. Jim Hogg County $331,760
  126. Jim Wells County $331,760
  127. Johnson County $404,800
  128. Jones County $331,760
  129. Karnes County $331,760
  130. Kaufman County $404,800
  131. Kendall County $393,300
  132. Kenedy County $331,760
  133. Kent County $331,760
  134. Kerr County $331,760
  135. Kimble County $331,760
  136. King County $484,350
  137. Kinney County $331,760
  138. Kleberg County $331,760
  139. Knox County $331,760
  140. Lamar County $331,760
  141. Lamb County $331,760
  142. Lampasas County $331,760
  143. La Salle County $331,760
  144. Lavaca County $331,760
  145. Lee County $331,760
  146. Leon County 331,760
  147. Liberty County $331,760
  148. Limestone County $331,760
  149. Lipscomb County $331,760
  150. Live Oak County $331,760
  151. Llano County $331,760
  152. Loving County $331,760
  153. Lubbock County $331,760
  154. Lynn County $331,760
  155. Madison County $331,760
  156. Marion County $331,760
  157. Martin County $341,550
  158. Mason County $331,760
  159. Matagorda County $331,760
  160. Maverick County $331,760
  161. McCulloch County $331,760
  162. McLennan County $331,760
  163. McMullen County $331,760
  164. Medina County $393,300
  165. Menard County $331,760
  166. Midland County $341,550
  167. Milam County $331,760
  168. Mills County $331,760
  169. Mitchell County $331,760
  170. Montague County $331,760
  171. Montgomery County $331,200
  172. Moore County $331,760
  173. Morris County $331,760
  174. Motley County $331,760
  175. Nacogdoches County $331,760
  176. Navarro County $331,760
  177. Newton County $331,760
  178. Nolan County $331,760
  179. Nueces County $331,760
  180. Ochiltree County $331,760
  181. Oldham County $331,760
  182. Orange County $331,760
  183. Palo Pinto County $331,760
  184. Pamer County $331,760
  185. Panola County $331,760
  186. Parker County $404,800
  187. Pecos County $331,760
  188. Polk County $331,760
  189. Potter County $331,760
  190. Presidio County $331,760
  191. Rains County $331,760
  192. Randall County $331,760
  193. Reagan County $331,760
  194. Real County $331,760
  195. Red River County $331,760
  196. Refugio County $331,760
  197. Roberts County $331,760
  198. Robertson County $331,760
  199. Rockwall County $404,800
  200. Runnels County $331,760
  201. Rusk County $331,760
  202. Sabine County $331,760
  203. San Augustine County $331,760
  204. San Jacinto County $331,760
  205. Tarrant County $404,800
  206. Taylor County $331,760
  207. Terrell County $331,760
  208. Terry County $331,760
  209. ThrockMorton County $331,760
  210. Titus County $331,760
  211. Tom Green County $331,760
  212. Travis County $404,800 
  213. Trinity County $331,760
  214. Tyler County $331,760
  215. Walker County $331,760
  216. Waller County $331,760
  217. Ward County $331,760
  218. Washington County $331,760
  219. Webb County $331,760
  220. Wharton County $331,760
  221. Wheeler County $331,760
  222. Wichita County $331,760
  223. Wilbarger County $331,760

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