This website provides 2018 conforming loan limits by county, as well as VA and FHA limits. In 2018, the baseline loan limit for most counties across the U.S. will be $453,100, an increase over 2017. More expensive markets, such as New York City and San Francisco, have conforming loan limits as high as $679,650. Anything above these maximum amounts is considered a “jumbo” mortgage.
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Update: Conforming Loan Limits Increased for 2018
On November 28, 2017, the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) announced that it would raise the baseline conforming loan limit for 2018, for most counties across the country. They are also increasing the limits for certain “higher-cost areas” that are above the baseline. This is in response to significant home-price gains that occurred during 2017.
In most counties across the country, the 2018 maximum conforming loan limit for a single-family home will be $453,100. That’s an increase of $29,000 from the 2017 baseline limit of $424,100. This marks the second year in a row that federal housing officials have raised the baseline.
But again, this is just the baseline conforming loan limit used for most parts of the country. In higher-cost real estate markets, like San Francisco and New York City, the limit for a single-family home loan can be as high as $679,650.
Anything above these caps is considered a jumbo mortgage.