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Jumbo Loan Limits in Alpine County California in 2016

People are starting to buy houses again all over Alpine County,  — and depending on one’s budget, many of the homes that people can now afford still need a jumbo loan. In the Alpine area a jumbo loan is any loan that is more than the conforming loan limit. Jumbo loans typically will go up to $2 million and anything over $2 million is considered a super jumbo loan.

Many unique jumbo loan options are available to people living in the Alpine area – through either the FHA jumbo loan program or through a number of private lenders (such as US Bank) who each have distinctive requirements when it comes to  debt to income ratios, credit ratings and down payments.

For 2016 the Alpine County conforming loan limit is 547,500 and it is also the FHA jumbo loan limit for Alpine County.

California Conforming / Jumbo Loan Limits 2016 by County:

County Median price FHA limit Conforming loan limit
Alameda County $995,000 $729,750 $729,750
Alpine County $438,000 $547,500 $547,500
Amador County $355,000 $443,750 $443,750
Butte County $320,000 $400,000 $417,000
Calaveras County $370,000 $462,500 $462,500
Colusa County $318,000 $397,500 $417,000
Contra Costa County $995,000 $729,750 $729,750
Del Norte County $249,000 $311,250 $417,000
El Dorado County $464,000 $580,000 $580,000
Fresno County $305,000 $381,250 $417,000
Glenn County $230,000 $287,500 $417,000
Humboldt County $315,000 $393,750 $417,000
Imperial County $260,000 $325,000 $417,000
Inyo County $350,000 $437,500 $437,500
Kern County $295,000 $368,750 $417,000
Kings County $260,000 $325,000 $417,000
Lake County $321,000 $401,250 $417,000
Lassen County $200,000 $271,050 $417,000
Los Angeles County $710,000 $729,750 $729,750
Madera County $340,000 $425,000 $425,000
Marin County $995,000 $729,750 $729,750
Mariposa County $330,000 $412,500 $417,000
Mendocino County $410,000 $512,500 $512,500
Merced County $378,000 $472,500 $472,500
Modoc County $125,000 $271,050 $417,000
Mono County $370,000 $462,500 $462,500
Monterey County $599,000 $729,750 $729,750
Napa County $615,000 $729,750 $729,750
Nevada County $450,000 $562,500 $562,500
Orange County $710,000 $729,750 $729,750
Placer County $464,000 $580,000 $580,000
Plumas County $328,000 $410,000 $417,000
Riverside County $400,000 $500,000 $500,000
Sacramento County $464,000 $580,000 $580,000
San Benito County $790,000 $729,750 $729,750
San Bernardino County $400,000 $500,000 $500,000
San Diego County $558,000 $697,500 $697,500
San Francisco County $995,000 $729,750 $729,750
San Joaquin County $391,000 $488,750 $488,750
San Luis ObispoCounty $550,000 $687,500 $687,500
San Mateo County $995,000 $729,750 $729,750
Santa Barbara County $615,000 $729,750 $729,750
Santa Clara County $790,000 $729,750 $729,750
Santa Cruz County $719,000 $729,750 $729,750
Shasta County $339,000 $423,750 $423,750
Sierra County $228,000 $285,000 $417,000
Siskiyou County $235,000 $293,750 $417,000
Solano County $446,000 $557,500 $557,500
Sonoma County $530,000 $662,500 $662,500
Stanislaus County $339,000 $423,750 $423,750
Sutter County $340,000 $425,000 $425,000
Tehama County $250,000 $312,500 $417,000
Trinity County $200,000 $271,050 $417,000
Tulare County $260,000 $325,000 $417,000
Tuolumne County $350,000 $437,500 $437,500
Ventura County $599,000 $729,750 $729,750
Yolo County $464,000 $580,000 $580,000
Yuba County $340,000 $425,000 $425,000

Source: Department of Housing and Urban Development

If you live in the Alpine area and have questions about the California jumbo loan limits or what it takes to qualify for the FHA jumbo loan program, contact our experts that can help you.

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