We’ve Put All Loan Limits in One Place

LoanLimits.org is an educational website for mortgage borrowers and lenders. This website provides loan limits for all counties in the United States, for conforming, VA and FHA products.

A Single Source for All Loan Limits

Loan limits can be confusing, and for several reasons. For one thing, there are different limits for different types of loans (FHA, conventional, etc.). Additionally, the maximum amounts can vary from one county to the next, and they are updated annually.

LoanLimits.org is designed to clear up the confusion. This website give you access to loan limits for all three primary mortgage products — conforming, VA and FHA. It compiles all of the related government documents in one place.

Celebrating 15 Years of Consumer Education

LoanLimits.org is a joint effort between internet publishers and mortgage experts. The project is led by Brandon Cornett, who serves as managing editor.

This website is brought to you by the same team that created the Home Buying Institute, one of the largest and most popular educational websites for home buyers in the U.S.

Through these collective efforts, we have been educating consumers on real estate and mortgage topics for more than 15 years.

Website Content Services for Mortgage Professionals

In addition to publishing consumer-oriented content, we also provide website content writing services for mortgage professionals across the United States. You can learn more about these services at MetroDepth.com.

Disclaimers, and Where to Learn More

We make every effort to ensure the accuracy of the content on this website. In most cases, we gather documents provided by official sources, such as HUD and the Federal Housing Finance Agency. Still, there is always a chance for human error when transcribing this data.

In addition to using this website, we encourage you to visit the official source for the loan limits you seek. FHA limits can be found at HUD.gov. VA and conventional loan limits (which are typically the same) can be found on various websites, including FHFA.gov.