Updated Temporary Loan Limit Decrease

by Don Frutchey on July 27, 2011

Beginning with loans locked on or after October 1st, the temporary conforming limit for the DC Metro area will be reduced from $729,750 to $625,500. With the nationwide conforming limit at $417,000, and the conforming jumbo loan limit not to exceed $625,500, our area has enjoyed the use of this higher...

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