The Federal Housing Financing Agency has recently announced that the new conforming loan limit for 2023 is $726,200 for most areas for single-unit properties! This is an 11% increase from last years $647,200 loan limit. This will be the seventh year that the Federal Financing Agency increased the conforming loan limit.
Borrowers looking to purchase a house in the coming year can now borrow almost $730k from a lender, making conventional loans more accessible.
This also means that homeowners whose loans were once considered “JUMBO,” or above the previous conforming loan limit, can now refinance their mortgage to obtain a lower rate and possibly even qualify to eliminate their mortgage insurance.
To read the Federal Housing Finance Agency’s announcement, click here.
Effective immediately, Park Square Home Mortgage Conventional Conforming products will be updated to align with the new conforming loan limits.
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Few things give you more pride than owning your own home – you will probably make no greater single investment in your lifetime. PSH Mortgage wants to help you make that dream come true. Contact us today and put our expertise to work for you! All information presented is for educational purposes only and not intended as financial advice.
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