What Are the FHA Loan Limits in California As of 2015?

What Are the FHA Loan Limits in California As of 2015?

The Federal Housing Administration loan limits for California vary by city and county. For example, the FHA loan limits for one-family residences in San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward in Alameda County are $625,500, according to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

FHA loan limits for two-family and three-family residences in the same locations are $800,775 and $967,950 respectively, reports the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Non-metro locations such as Alpine County list the loan limits for one-family residences at $463,450 and two-family residences at $593,300. Chico, California, in the county of Butte, lists the FHA loan limits for one-family residences at $293,250, as of 2015.