Find the 2022 Colorado conforming and FHA loan limits by county below. Bankrate compiled the conforming loan limits data from Federal Housing Finance Agency and the FHA loan limits from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

Colorado conforming and FHA loan limits by county
County GSE 1-unit limit FHA 1-unit limit
Adams $684,250 $684,250
Alamosa $647,200 $420,680
Arapahoe $684,250 $875,950
Archuleta $647,200 $420,680
Baca $647,200 $420,680
Bent $647,200 $420,680
Boulder $747,500 $747,500
Broomfield $684,250 $684,250
Chaffee $647,200 $461,150
Cheyenne $647,200 $420,680
Clear Creek $684,250 $684,250
Conejos $647,200 $420,680
Costilla $647,200 $420,680
Crowley $647,200 $420,680
Custer $647,200 $420,680
Delta $647,200 $420,680
Denver $684,250 $684,250
Dolores $647,200 $420,680
Douglas $684,250 $684,250
Eagle $862,500 $862,500
Elbert $684,250 $684,250
El Paso $647,200 $460,000
Fremont $647,200 $420,680
Garfield $856,750 $970,800
Gilpin $684,250 $684,250
Grand $647,200 $534,750
Gunnison $647,200 $431,250
Hinsdale $647,200 $427,800
Huerfano $647,200 $420,680
Jackson $647,200 $420,680
Jefferson $684,250 $684,250
Kiowa $647,200 $420,680
Kit Carson $647,200 $420,680
Lake $647,200 $420,680
La Plata $647,200 $494,500
Larimer $647,200 $522,100
Las Animas $647,200 $420,680
Lincoln $647,200 $420,680
Logan $647,200 $420,680
Mesa $647,200 $420,680
Mineral $647,200 $420,680
Moffat $647,200 $420,680
Montezuma $647,200 $420,680
Montrose $647,200 $425,500
Morgan $647,200 $420,680
Otero $647,200 $420,680
Ouray $647,200 $425,500
Park $684,250 $684,250
Phillips $647,200 $420,680
Pitkin $856,750 $970,800
Prowers $647,200 $420,680
Pueblo $647,200 $420,680
Rio Blanco $647,200 $420,680
Rio Grande $647,200 $420,680
Routt $678,500 $678,500
Saguache $647,200 $420,680
San Juan $548,250 $420,680
San Miguel $756,700 $970,800
Sedgwick $647,200 $420,680
Summit $822,375 $925,750
Teller $647,200 $460,000
Washington $647,200 $420,680
Weld $647,200 $483,600
Yuma $647,200 $420,680

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