Privacy Policy for

This is the official privacy policy for, an educational website created for mortgage shoppers and home buyers in the United States. This policy applies to all sections of our website, including our blog articles and main pages. This privacy policy was created on July 29, 2015 and last updated on June 13, 2018.

If you have questions about any of the information contained within this policy, or the Loan Limits website in general, please send an email to

Blog Comments
Like many blogs, we allow our readers to leave comments on certain articles and posts. When posting a comment on this website, you will be asked for your name and email address. This is a standard feature built into most blogging programs, such as WordPress. If you would like to remain anonymous when posting a comment, you can use your first name only.

Email information is requested for our own personal use and will not be transferred to third parties. For instance, if we post a response to your question, we may email you to let you know about it (as a courtesy). We will use your email address for no other purpose. We will never send you unsolicited emails outside of the courtesy notification described above. We do not sell or trade visitor information to any third parties.

Advertising Notes
Like many educational websites, we rely on advertising to cover the cost of running our site. Our primary expense is the time we spend researching and writing about loan limits and other mortgage-related topics. Here’s what you should know about the advertisements that appear on our site:

  • Google AdSense is our primary advertising program. AdSense is a contextual advertising program that displays ads that match the content of the page in which they appear.
  • In some cases, the company uses personalized ads. You can learn more about Google’s ad personalization here, and view their general privacy policy here.
  • Google uses the DoubleClick DART cookie on this website when displaying contextual ads. This is a browser cookie that can send Google information about your web browser, such as your IP address and your ISP. This is mostly used to show you ads based on your location or websites you have visited in the past. You can easily disable these types of cookies within your web browser’s settings.

If you have any questions about this privacy policy, please let us know.