2022 FHA Loan Limit in Texas

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The 2022 FHA Loan Limit in Texas is $420,680 The FHA loan limit in Texas has increased up to $420,680 for a single-family home and can vary depending on the county. This applies to all purchase and refinance FHA Loans in Texas. What is an FHA Loan? FHA Loans in Texas are easy with Texas Premier Mortgage. No… [Read More]

New 2022 Conventional Loan Limits

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New 2022 conventional loan limits won’t be released until January … but we’re honoring them now so you can start taking advantage! $647,200 for regular one-unit conventional loans (increased from $548,250) What Are the Advantages of Conventional Loan Financing? There are several benefits of conventional financing, including the following: You can buy a primary home… [Read More]

2021 FHA Loan Limit in Texas

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The 2021 FHA Loan Limit in Texas is $356,362 The FHA loan limit in Texas has increased up to $356,362 and $416,300 for a single-family home, depending on the county. The lower number applies to most counties in the state, however, those buying near big cities may be able to qualify for more. What is an FHA… [Read More]

New FHA Loan Limit 2021

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New FHA Loan Limit 2021 – Guide Given massive year-over-year gains in home prices, the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) is increasing its 2021 loan limit in most of the U.S. to $356,362, an increase of nearly $25,000 over 2020’s loan limit of $331,760. That loan limit figure is determined as a percentage of the national conforming loan limit for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac,… [Read More]

Houston Refinance Mortgage Loan

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It’s never been a better time to refinance than now! Rates remain at historic lows not seen in a decade. If you’re not sure if now is the right time call us today for a free evaluation of your scenario and savings! We are local mortgage experts with broker pricing that is more aggressive than… [Read More]

2021 Conforming New Loan Limit Increase to $548,250

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News Release FHFA Announces Conforming Loan Limits for 2021 Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Baseline Limit Will Increase to $548,250 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 11/24/2020 ​​Washington, D.C. – The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) today announced the maximum conforming loan limits for mortgages to be acquired by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac in 2021.  In most of… [Read More]

Is it a good time for a Mortgage Refinance?

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With mortgage rates hitting all-time lows the past few weeks we are getting tons of calls asking “Is it a good time for a Mortgage Refinance”. That answer depends on a few things. We’ll go into some of the questions you should be asking yourself and lender when thinking of refinancing. This can often get… [Read More]

How To Help Your Kids Build Wealth

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How To Help Your Kids Build Wealth (how about millions) It might sound silly but, it’s never to early to teach your kids about the responsibility of saving money. If you don’t teach them who will? This blog will introduce some basic saving concepts for you to implement with your children and set a foundation… [Read More]

FHA Flipping Rules

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FHA Flipping Rules There is a great opportunity with flipping properties that allow investors to make a profit while providing homebuyers greater options to shop. FHA property flipping has been a hot topic with the volume of renovations going on in Texas. Let’s review the basic rules and what you need to know about using an… [Read More]

Texas Mortgage Loan Limits increase in 2020 to $510,400 for Texas Home Loans

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***Click on our latest updates for NEW 2021 Loan Amounts***Updated 12/10/2020 https://www.txpremiermortgage.com/2021-conforming-new-loan-limit-increase-to-548250/  https://www.txpremiermortgage.com/new-fha-loan-limit-2021/ Texas Mortgage Loan Limits increase in 2020 to $510,400 for Texas Home Loans. This makes it easier to qualify for higher loan balances using a conventional loan option. The Federal Housing Finance Agency announced Tuesday that it is raising the conforming loan limits for Fannie Mae and Freddie… [Read More]