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Florida jumbo and FHA loan limits by county

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Florida

County nameConforming limitFHA limit
Alachua$417,000$271,050
Baker$417,000$316,250
Bay$417,000$271,050
Bradford$417,000$271,050
Brevard$417,000$271,050
Broward$417,000$345,000
Calhoun$417,000$271,050
Charlotte$417,000$271,050
Citrus$417,000$271,050
Clay$417,000$316,250
Collier$448,500$448,500
Columbia$417,000$271,050
De Soto$417,000$271,050
Dixie$417,000$271,050
Duval$417,000$316,250
Escambia$417,000$271,050
Flagler$417,000$271,050
Franklin$417,000$271,050
Gadsden$417,000$271,050
Gilchrist$417,000$271,050
Glades$417,000$271,050
Gulf$417,000$271,050
Hamilton$417,000$271,050
Hardee$417,000$271,050
Hendry$417,000$271,050
Hernando$417,000$271,050
Highlands$417,000$271,050
Hillsborough$417,000$271,050
Holmes$417,000$271,050
Indian River$417,000$271,050
Jackson$417,000$271,050
Jefferson$417,000$271,050
Lafayette$417,000$271,050
Lake$417,000$274,850
Lee$417,000$271,050
Leon$417,000$271,050
Levy$417,000$271,050
Liberty$417,000$271,050
Madison$417,000$271,050
Manatee$417,000$285,200
Marion$417,000$271,050
Martin$417,000$316,250
Miami-Dade$417,000$345,000
Monroe$529,000$529,000
Nassau$417,000$316,250
Okaloosa$417,000$327,750
Okeechobee$417,000$271,050
Orange$417,000$274,850
Osceola$417,000$274,850
Palm Beach$417,000$345,000
Pasco$417,000$271,050
Pinellas$417,000$271,050
Polk$417,000$271,050
Putnam$417,000$271,050
St. Johns$417,000$316,250
St. Lucie$417,000$316,250
Santa Rosa$417,000$271,050
Sarasota$417,000$285,200
Seminole$417,000$274,850
Sumter$417,000$287,500
Suwannee$417,000$271,050
Taylor$417,000$271,050
Union$417,000$271,050
Volusia$417,000$271,050
Wakulla$417,000$271,050
Walton$417,000$327,750
Washington$417,000$271,050

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