Thank you for your interest in our website content. This page describes our copyright policy and provides some helpful tips on quoting and/or citing articles appropriately.
At a glance:
- Please Do: You may link to the LoanLimits.org website any way you wish. You may also quote / copy a small portion of an article, to accompany your hyperlink(s). See the example provided below.
- Please Don’t: We ask that you refrain from copying and pasting entire articles from our website, or large portions of articles. This violates our copyright policy.
General Copyright Policy
Unless otherwise noted, all articles on this website are written and copyrighted by Brandon Cornett, the managing editor of LoanLimits.org. All rights are reserved. The individual pages of this website may not be copied or republished in their entirety without written permission from the publisher. However, you are welcome to copy / quote small portions of our articles, as shown below.
How to Cite or Quote an Article
If you find this website helpful, we encourage you to share it on your own blog or website. But there is a right and a wrong way to go about this. As mentioned above, we prohibit the duplication and republishing of articles in their entirety. But you are more than welcome to copy and paste a small portion (2 – 3 sentences) to serve as a quote on your own website. In legal terms, this is referred to as fair use.
Example of a proper quote / citation:
According to LoanLimits.org, “the conforming limit for a single-family home in Los Angeles County is $625,500.” –Source
If you have questions about our copyright policy, please feel free to drop us a line.