You might be surprised to know that there are "maximum" loan amounts for
FHA mortgages . . . and the limit can vary between PA counties. The
typical loan limit for a single family home (or condo) in Pennsylvania
is $271,050; and, the FHA mortgage increases for a 2 Family (duplex), 3
Family (triplex) and for 4 unit dwellings. Proceed to the PA FHA Limits page.
This page details the maximum Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac loan (conventional) limits for Pennsylvania counties. Loans that exceed these limits are known as "jumbo mortgages". Proceed to the Fannie Mae /Freddie Mac Loan Limit page
Want to know what the median sales price is for Pennsylvania counties?
Find it here . . .
Proceed to the PA Median Sales Price page
Did you know that many Pennsylvania banks offer special financing programs for prospective home buyers whose incomes are at or below the median income? It's true. This chart lists the 2013 median income for PA counties. Proceed to the Median Income page.
The USDA loan is a great mortgage program. No first time home buyer
requirements, no down payment requirement, no MIP or PMI. The loan
permits seller assistance. There are income limits, find out.
Proceed to the 2013 PA USDA Income page
How much does it cost to buy a house in Pennsylvania?
Use the PA mortgage calculator to estimate the down payment, closing costs and monthly payment for FHA, VA, USDA & conventional loans.