2021 New Mexico conforming and FHA loan limits by county

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Preparing to buy a house in New Mexico? Find the 2021 New Mexico 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).

New Mexico conforming and FHA loan limits by county
County GSE 1-unit limit FHA 1-unit limit
Bernalillo $548,250 $356,362
Catron $548,250 $401,350
Chaves $548,250 $356,362
Cibola $548,250 $356,362
Colfax $548,250 $356,362
Curry $548,250 $356,362
De Baca $548,250 $356,362
Dona Ana $548,250 $356,362
Eddy $548,250 $356,362
Grant $548,250 $356,362
Guadalupe $548,250 $356,362
Harding $548,250 $356,362
Hidalgo $548,250 $356,362
Lea $548,250 $356,362
Lincoln $548,250 $356,362
Los Alamos $548,250 $356,362
Luna $548,250 $356,362
Mckinley $548,250 $356,362
Mora $548,250 $356,362
Otero $548,250 $356,362
Quay $548,250 $356,362
Rio Arriba $548,250 $356,362
Roosevelt $548,250 $356,362
Sandoval $548,250 $356,362
San Juan $548,250 $356,362
San Miguel $548,250 $356,362
Santa Fe $548,250 $356,362
Sierra $548,250 $356,362
Socorro $548,250 $356,362
Taos $548,250 $356,362
Torrance $548,250 $356,362
Union $548,250 $356,362
Valencia $548,250 $356,362

 
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