Tags: 2023 High-Cost WASHINGTON-ARLINGTON-ALEXANDRIA, DC-VA-MD-WV
This page contains the Conforming, FHA, VA, and HECM Loan Limits for each housing type in District of Columbia.
Loan Limit Tables District of Columbia, DC
Loan Limits are the maximum amount of money allowed to be lent for a particular kind of loan. Different types of loans have different limits. Below are the 2023 loan limits for District of Columbia, DC.
Conforming Loan Limits
Conforming loans must meet the guidelines set by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. If a mortgage exceeds the conforming loan limits then it is considered a jumbo loan.
FHA Loan Limits
FHA Loans are home mortgages insured by the Federal Housing Administration. FHA Loans let you get a home loan with a lower down-payment and relaxed credit score requirements.
Loan Limit Breakdown
Median Home Price
The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) conducts an annual survey to determine the median home prices in each county or metro area in the US. Median home price is then used to determine the loan limits in District of Columbia.
The last survey of home prices in District of Columbia was conducted in 2022 and found the median home price was $1,053,000.
Loan Limits Summary
Based on the median home price, District of Columbia was determined to be a "high-cost" area. Accordingly, 2023 loan limits in District of Columbia are set equal to the national ceiling limit.
The 2023 conforming loan limit for a single-family home in District of Columbia, DC is $1,089,300. The FHA loan limit for a single-family home is $1,089,300.
This is an 10.9% increase over the 2022 loan limits which were set at $970,800 for a single-family conventional.
The tables above provide a complete breakdown of 2023 loan limits in District of Columbia, DC for FHA Loans, Conforming Loans, VA Loans, and HECM Reverse Mortgages.
If you are interested in purchasing a home with a conventional or FHA loan, the next step is to talk to a real estate agent and find a lender.
Not all lenders are the same. Some will not do FHA loans while others specialize in it. Rates may vary between lenders so it is important to shop around.
Loan Limits on this page apply to the following cities in District of Columbia, District Of Columbia: Washington, Naval Anacost Annex, and Washington Navy Yard.
These loan limits also apply to the following ZIP codes in District of Columbia, District Of Columbia: 20011, 20019, 20002, 20009, 20020, 20001, 20032, 20016, 20008, 20010, 20007, 20003, 20015, 20017, 20018, 20012, 20005, 20024, 20037, and 20036.
District of Columbia, DC is considered part of the following metro area: WASHINGTON-ARLINGTON-ALEXANDRIA, DC-VA-MD-WV.
Other counties in the same metro area are: 1, MD, 2, MD, 3, MD, 4, MD, 5, MD, 6, VA, 7, VA, 8, VA, 9, VA, 10, VA, 11, VA, 12, VA, 13, VA, 14, VA, 15, VA, 16, VA, 17, VA, 18, VA, 19, VA, 20, VA, 21, VA, 22, VA, 23, VA, and 24, WV.
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