Bloomfield CT FHA Mortgage Loan Limit 2010

What is the Maximum FHA Mortgage Loan in Bloomfield?

The maximum FHA Mortgage Loans is different for each county and also for a 1, 2, 3 or 4 family/unit house. So here are the current maximum FHA Mortgage Loan limits for Bloomfield, CT:

Single Family Home $440,000
Two Unit Home $563,250
Three Unit Home $680,850
4 Unit Home $846,150

The loan limits are similar in Middlesex and Tolland County. They are lower in Litchfield, New London, New Haven and Windham Counties. The loan limits are higher in Fairfield County.

What is an FHA Mortgage?

An FHA Mortgage loan is a loan that is insured by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA). FHA does not actually provide the loan; it insures the mortgage for the lender. Should the borrower on an FHA mortgage default the lender may receive payment from FHA for their losses. This insurance coverage reduces the lenders risk and makes them more able or likely to offer a borrower a loan.

An FHA mortgage loan may be for the purchase of a home in Bloomfield that the borrower plans to live in, or the refinance of a home they already live in. FHA mortgage loans are available to borrowers in Bloomfield, regardless of whether they have owned a property before. You don't need to be a first time homebuyer in order to qualify.

Bloomfield CT FHA Mortgage Loan Limit

Need an FHA Mortgage Loan or you would like to discuss your options?

Call me at (860) 306-8029 or send me an email (use the link in the right hand column) to schedule a no obligation consultation. I’ll help you determine whether or not an FHA loan is right for your Bloomfield, CT home purchase. If not, we’ll look at other programs and how they may benefit you more.


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Comment balloon 2 commentsJon Sigler • May 13 2010 11:08PM


FHA loans are agreat for many buyers.  I remember it was too long ago we would see in the listing "NO FHA"... boy has that changed!... NO FHA means no sale of your home.

Posted by Joan Whitebook, Consumer Focused Real Estate Services (BHG The Masiello Group) about 10 years ago

Joan, "No FHA" would certainly make it very difficualt to sell most homes these days.

Posted by Jon Sigler, South Windsor Homes for Sale 860-306-8029 (Keller Williams - Greater Hartford) about 10 years ago

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