NACA Conforming loan limits for Washington DC – 2019
Priority Members – Low-to-moderate income Members (i.e. borrowers and co-borrowers) whose combined income is less than the median family Income for the MSA where they are purchasing a home (Click here for median income).
• Priority Members can purchase any property within a MSA within the conforming loan limit.
B. Non-Priority Member – Members (i.e. borrowers and co-borrower) whose combined income is equal to or greater than the median family income for the MSA where they are purchasing a home (Click here for Census Tract Median income)
• Non-Priority Members can only purchase in a MSA’s Priority Area with loan and required repairs within the conforming loan limit.
Conforming/conventional loan limits for the District of Columbia
One-Unit is a single family home or condominium
Two-Unit is two separate living units (duplex)
Three-Unit three separate living units (triplex)
Four-Unit four separate living units (fourplex)
|County Name||One-Unit Limit||Two-Unit Limit||Three-Unit Limit||Four-Unit Limit|
|DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA||726,525||930,300||1,124,475||1,397,400|