Washington Home Loan Information

Located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, Washington State is a great place for those looking for a quiet small town, lively city, or a mix of both! Home to some of the country’s most beautiful forests, waterways, beaches, and more, Washington brings in a multitude of outdoors-lovers throughout the year. For some of the best food, shopping opportunities, and artistic hotspots, be sure to visit one of the state’s lively cities, including Seattle and Tacoma. The state is home to some of the best schools in the country, including Washington State University. The state was officially established into the union on November 11, 1889. The state features a population of 7.288 million.

If you are a true adventure, then you will find Washington to be a paradise. Home to some of the most amazing wildlife, a multitude of campsites, and some of the densest forests in the country, Washington is frequently visited by outdoors-lovers. Offering amazing lookout points and many places for camping, Mount Rainer is a great place for rock climbing and exploration. The state is also home to some of the most beautiful lakes and rivers, perfect for fishing and boating.

There are many large and lively cities in Washington, each with a personality all their own. A multitude of tourists visit Seattle throughout the year for its amazing arts and culture. Seattle is also home to sports arenas, excellent shopping options, and some of the best restaurants on the west coast. Be sure to bring your family to all the interesting museums, amusement parks, and tour options in Seattle. Other large cities in the state include Tacoma, Spokane, Bellevue, and many more!

There are a multitude of beautiful homes and condos in Washington just waiting to be bought. Let Federal Home Loan Centers help you with every step of the home buying process. Apply for your home loan with us today.


Washington 2018 Home Loan Limits

  1. Adams County $453,100
  2. Asotin County $453,100
  3. Benton County $453,100
  4. Chelan County $453,100
  5. Clallam County $453,100
  6. Clark County $453,100
  7. Columbia County $453,100
  8. Cowlitz County $453,100
  9. Douglas County $453,100
  10. Ferry County $453,100
  11. Franklin County $453,100
  12. Garfield County $453,100
  13. Grant County $453,100
  14. Grays Harbor County $453,100
  15. Island County $453,100
  16. Jefferson County $453,100
  17. King County $667,000
  18. Kitsap County $453,100
  19. Kittitas County $453,100
  20. Klickitat County $453,100
  21. Lewis County $453,100
  22. Lincoln County $453,100
  23. Mason County $453,100
  24. Okanogan County $453,100
  25. Pacific County $424,100
  26. Pend Oreille County $453,100
  27. Pierce County $667,000
  28. San Juan County $483,000
  29. Skagit County $453,100
  30. Skamania County $453,100
  31. Snohomish County $667,000
  32. Spokane County $453,100
  33. Stevens County $453,100
  34. Thurston County $453,100
  35. Wahkiakum County $453,100
  36. Walla Walla County $453,100
  37. Whatcom County $453,100
  38. Whitman County $453,100
  39. Yakima County $453,100

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