Colorado Loan Limits

2022 Loan Limits

2022 Loan limits in Colorado by county. Click on the map below to view loan limits for a particular county.

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Colorado has 64 counties, with conforming loan limits for a single-family home ranging from $647,200 in Alamosa County to $862,500 in Eagle County.

Colorado has 47 counties with standard or low-cost loan limits equal to the national baseline; 0 counties with high-cost loan limits equal to the national ceiling; and 17 counties with mid-range loan limits that are between the baseline and ceiling.

View the loan limits overview for information on how loan limits are set for each county. Click on the a specific county from the table below for detailed loan limit information.

Counties in Colorado (64)

Mid-Range Counties
County Median Home Price Conforming Loan Limit for
Single-Family Home
Adams County $595,000 $684,250
Arapahoe County $595,000 $684,250
Boulder County $650,000 $747,500
Broomfield County $595,000 $684,250
Clear Creek County $595,000 $684,250
Denver County $595,000 $684,250
Douglas County $595,000 $684,250
Eagle County $750,000 $862,500
Elbert County $595,000 $684,250
Garfield County $745,000 $856,750
Gilpin County $595,000 $684,250
Jefferson County $595,000 $684,250
Park County $595,000 $684,250
Pitkin County $745,000 $856,750
Routt County $590,000 $678,500
San Miguel County $658,000 $756,700
Summit County $805,000 $822,375
Low-Cost Counties
County Median Home Price Conforming Loan Limit for
Single-Family Home
Alamosa County $187,000 $647,200
Archuleta County $287,000 $647,200
Baca County $74,000 $647,200
Bent County $128,000 $647,200
Chaffee County $401,000 $647,200
Cheyenne County $116,000 $647,200
Conejos County $134,000 $647,200
Costilla County $111,000 $647,200
Crowley County $97,000 $647,200
Custer County $257,000 $647,200
Delta County $250,000 $647,200
Dolores County $175,000 $647,200
El Paso County $400,000 $647,200
Fremont County $240,000 $647,200
Grand County $465,000 $647,200
Gunnison County $375,000 $647,200
Hinsdale County $372,000 $647,200
Huerfano County $155,000 $647,200
Jackson County $167,000 $647,200
Kiowa County $88,000 $647,200
Kit Carson County $157,000 $647,200
Lake County $710,000 $647,200
La Plata County $430,000 $647,200
Larimer County $454,000 $647,200
Las Animas County $157,000 $647,200
Lincoln County $162,000 $647,200
Logan County $175,000 $647,200
Mesa County $300,000 $647,200
Mineral County $300,000 $647,200
Moffat County $200,000 $647,200
Montezuma County $237,000 $647,200
Montrose County $370,000 $647,200
Morgan County $264,000 $647,200
Otero County $109,000 $647,200
Ouray County $370,000 $647,200
Phillips County $172,000 $647,200
Prowers County $124,000 $647,200
Pueblo County $235,000 $647,200
Rio Blanco County $219,000 $647,200
Rio Grande County $164,000 $647,200
Saguache County $175,000 $647,200
San Juan County $233,000 $647,200
Sedgwick County $102,000 $647,200
Teller County $400,000 $647,200
Washington County $175,000 $647,200
Weld County $420,000 $647,200
Yuma County $150,000 $647,200

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FHA Loan limits are published by the HUD. Conforming loan limits are published by Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA).

Last updated on January 2, 2022