Now that we are well into January, I thought it would be a good idea to look at the 2021 Southern California loan limits.
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The awesome news is that there are big increases to the 2021 Southern California Loan limits. Let’s start off by taking a look at Conforming loan limits.
2021 conforming loan limits
These are the conforming loan limits nationwide with the exception of Alaska, Hawaii, Guam or the US Virgin Islands.
As you can see, the more units in the property, the higher the loan limit. But what if you are in Alaska, Hawaii, Guam or the US Virgin Islands? Then your 2021 conforming loan limits would be:
2021 Southern California Loan limits for High Balance Loans
High cost areas have access to High Balance loans. Here are the figures for the 2021 Southern California area
Check out the high balance limits in your area HERE.
What is the difference between conforming and high balance loans?
Conforming and high balance loan have a lot of similarities, however there are some subtle differences between the two. They include higher down payment requirements on conventional loans, more restrictive Debt to Income ratio guidelines and different interest rates.
I do want to point out that these limits apply to conventional and FHA loans. If you are looking for a VA loan, then the limits will not apply as long as you have full entitlement. If you DO NOT have full entitlement, then use the 1 unit limits. VA loans do not make allowances for higher loan amounts based on unit count.
So, there you have it. A quick look at the 2021 Southern California Loan Limits.
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