Conforming Loan Limits Raised for First Time Since 2006

Passy, Jacob
November 2016
Nationalmortgagenews.com;11/23/2016, p2
The article reports on the initiatives of the U.S. Federal Housing Finance Agency raising the maximum baseline conforming loan limit to 424,100 U.S. dollars amid the 1.7% hike in home prices for the third quarter of 2016, while the loan limit in high-cost region is placed at 636,150 U.S. dollars.


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