We are here to help you

Call us: 1-800-731-3560

2017 FHA Loan Limits

View the maximum loan amounts you may borrow
to purchase a home using an FHA mortgage loan.

FHA Loan Limits for 2017

FHA loan limits are the maximum loan amount that one may borrow using an FHA loan.  They are specific to each county, as well as how many units a property has.  You can view the 2017 FHA loan limits by selecting your state listed below.  At the bottom of your state’s page lists every county and the FHA loan limits for 1 unit, 2 unit, 3 unit, and 4 unit homes.  Match the county and the number of units the property has that you want to purchase (most will be 1 unit for a regular single family residence).

You may also search to view FHA mortgage limits limits on the HUD website.

Alabama FHA Loan Limits Arizona FHA Loan Limits
Arkansas FHA Loan Limits California FHA Loan Limits
Colorado FHA Loan Limits Florida FHA Loan Limits
Georgia FHA Loan Limits Illinois FHA Loan Limits
Iowa FHA Loan Limits Kansas FHA Loan Limits
Louisiana FHA Loan Limits Maryland FHA Loan Limits
Minnesota FHA Loan Limits Missouri FHA Loan Limits
Nevada FHA Loan Limits New Jersey FHA Loan Limits
New Mexico FHA Loan Limits North Carolina FHA Loan Limits
Ohio FHA Loan Limits Oregon FHA Loan Limits
South Carolina FHA Loan Limits Tennessee FHA Loan Limits
Texas FHA Loan Limits Washington State FHA Loan Limits
Wisconsin FHA Loan Limits Wyoming FHA Loan Limits
Thank you. A loan officer will contact you within 24 hours.

Easily Receive More Information

Fill out the form below to receive more information or call 1-800-731-3560

Property State
State is Required
Loan Type
 Purchase Refinance

First Name is RequiredLast Name is Required
Email is RequiredEnter a Valid Email
Phone is Required
Address is Required
City is Required Zip Code is Required
Loan Amount
Loan Amount is Required
Credit Rating:

 Excellent Good Fair Poor

Home Loan Programs Available In:

Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Louisiana, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.