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Virginia Jumbo Loan Limits by County

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County nameFHA loan limitFannie Mae-Freddie Mac conforming loan limit
Albemarle$437,000$417,000
Amelia$535,900$535,900
Arlington$729,750$625,500
Caroline$535,900$535,900
Charles City$535,900$535,900
Chesterfield$535,900$535,900
Clarke$729,750$625,500
Cumberland$535,900$535,900
Dinwiddie$535,900$535,900
Fairfax$729,750$625,500
Fauquier$729,750$625,500
Fluvanna$437,000$437,000
Frederick$475,000$417,000
Gloucester$458,850$458,850
Goochland$535,900$535,900
Greene$437,000$437,000
Hanover$535,900$535,900
Henrico$535,900$535,900
Isle of Wight$458,850$458,850
James City$458,850$458,850
King and Queen$535,900$535,900
King William$535,900$535,900
Lancaster$545,000$442,750
Loudoun4729,750$625,500
Louisa$535,900$535,900
Mathews$458,850$458,850
Nelson$437,000$437,000
New Kent$535,900$535,900
Powhatan$535,900$535,900
Prince George$535,900$535,900
Prince William$729,750$625,500
Spotsylvania$729,750$625,500
Stafford$729,750$625,500
Surry$458,850$458,850
Sussex$535,900$535,900
Warren$729,750$625,500
York$458,850$458,850
Alexandria$729,750$625,500
Charlottesville$437,000$437,000
Chesapeake$458,850$458,850
Colonial Heights$535,900$535,900
Fairfax$729,750$625,500
Falls Church$729,750$625,500
Fredericksburg$729,750$625,500
Hampton$458,850$458,850
Hopewell$535,900$535,900
Manassas$729,750$625,500
Manassas Park$729,750$625,500
Newport News$458,850$458,850
Norfolk$458,850$458,850
Petersburg$535,900$535,900
Poquoson$458,850$458,850
Portsmouth$458,850$458,850
Richmond$535,900$535,900
Suffolk$458,850$458,850
Virginia Beach$458,850$458,850
Williamsburg$458,850$458,850
Winchester$475,000$417,000

 

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