FHA Loan Limit Back to $400,000 in Las Vegas

This has been confirmed! The FHA Loan Limit on Residential Real Estate in Las Vegas, NV among other areas has been moved back up to $400,000.

This is a game changer for our market! Since the loan limit was lowered at the beginning of the year, some have been very concerned about values in Las Vegas in the range between $417,000 (Conforming Loan Limit) and $287,500 (2009 Previous FHA Loan Limit). It was though that because of the difficult conforming loan guidelines and Mortgage Insurance (MI) policy guidelines, homes of that value would further deteriorate down to FHA limits. With limits raised back up, I think we averted this disaster. Couple this with continued low interest rates and we could see a market stabilization. Let’s keep our fingers crossed!

If you would like to confirm for yourself, here is the link to the loan limit website for HUD:
https://entp.hud.gov/idapp/html/hicost1.cfm.

Also, now that the loan limit has been raised again. Those that have FHA loans in that range can now take advantage of the FHA Streamline feature and capture the lower rates.

If you would like help taking advantage of these new developments, please contact me.
www.CapeCodAREI.com/contact

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Author: The Jeff Howard Group powered by Keller Williams Realty Las Vegas

I moved to Las Vegas in 1993 and I have been investing in Real Estate since 2003. I believe in creating win-win scenarios whenever I buy or sell any real estate. Although, I live in Las Vegas, I have had interest in real estate in Idaho, Ohio, South Carolina, Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Nevada. Contact me today if you want to invest in Las Vegas. As your realtor, I will help you find outstanding investment properties here.

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