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West Virginia Federal Home Loan Information

West Virginia is located within the beautiful Appalachian region of the United States, which is home to amazing mountain ranges, rivers, and more. The largest city of Charleston is home to a variety of excellent dining and shopping options. Many exciting events are held in Charleston throughout the year, including the West Virginia Dance Festival, Symphony Sunday, and the Gazette-Mail Kanawha County Majorette and Band Festival. Many people come to West Virginia for its excellent backpacking, camping, and hiking opportunities. Top employers in the state include the West Virginia United Health System, Charleston Area Medical Center, and Kroger. There are a variety of higher education options available in the state, including the University of Charleston, West Virginia State University, and Marshall University.

People of all ages are sure to find a way to have fun in West Virginia, thanks to the huge variety of indoor and outdoor attractions. If you are a fan of rock climbing, hiking, or camping, then be sure to visit Seneca Rocks, Berkeley Springs State Park, Blackwater Falls State Park, or one of the other beautiful outdoor spots. The state is also home to many museums, including the John Brown Wax Museum and the West Virginia State Museum. The state is a popular place for skiing, so be sure to check out all the exciting resorts. Other great attractions in the state include the Clay Center, Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races, West Virginia State Wildlife Center, and many more!

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

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

  1. Barbour County $331,760
  2. Berkeley County $331,760
  3. Boone County $331,760
  4. Braxton County $331,760
  5. Brooke County $331,760
  6. Cabell County $331,760
  7. Calhoun County $331,760
  8. Clay County $331,760
  9. Doddridge County $331,760
  10. Fayette County $331,760
  11. Gilmer County $331,760
  12. Grant County $331,760
  13. Greenbrier County $331,760
  14. Hampshire County $331,760
  15. Hancock County $331,760
  16. Hardy County $331,760
  17. Harrison County $331,760
  18. Jackson County $331,760
  19. Jefferson County $765,600
  20. Kanawha County $331,760
  21. Lewis County $331,760
  22. Lincoln County $331,760
  23. Logan County $331,760
  24. Marion County $331,760
  25. Marshall County $331,760
  26. Mason County $331,760
  27. Mcdowell County $331,760
  28. Mercer County $331,760
  29. Mineral County $331,760
  30. Mingo County $484,350
  31. Monongalia County $331,760
  32. Monroe County $331,760
  33. Morgan County $331,760
  34. Nicholas County $331,760
  35. Ohio County $331,760
  36. Pendleton County $331,760
  37. Pleasants County $331,760
  38. Pocahontas County $331,760
  39. Preston County $331,760
  40. Putnam County $331,760
  41. Raleigh County $331,760
  42. Randolph County $331,760
  43. Ritchie County $331,760
  44. Roane County $331,760
  45. Summers County $331,760
  46. Taylor County $331,760
  47. Tucker County $331,760
  48. Tyler County $331,760
  49. Upshur County $331,760
  50. Wayne County $331,760
  51. Webster County $331,760
  52. Wetzel County $331,760
  53. Wirt County $331,760
  54. Wood County $331,760
  55. Wyoming County $331,760

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