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Oklahoma Loan Limits

2024 Loan Limits

2024 Loan limits in Oklahoma by county. Click on the map below to view loan limits for a particular county.

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Loan Limits are the same across all of Oklahoma. The conforming loan limits for a single-family home anywhere in Oklahoma is $766,550.

Loan limits in Oklahoma are based on the median home price in each county of Oklahoma. Based on home prices across the state, all areas in Oklahoma have loan limits equal to the national loan limit baseline.

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 Oklahoma (77)

Low-Cost Counties
County Median Home Price Conforming Loan Limit for
Single-Family Home
Adair County $69,000 $766,550
Alfalfa County $72,000 $766,550
Atoka County $90,000 $766,550
Beaver County $83,000 $766,550
Beckham County $132,000 $766,550
Blaine County $74,000 $766,550
Bryan County $155,000 $766,550
Caddo County $101,000 $766,550
Canadian County $243,000 $766,550
Carter County $139,000 $766,550
Cherokee County $117,000 $766,550
Choctaw County $76,000 $766,550
Cimarron County $78,000 $766,550
Cleveland County $243,000 $766,550
Coal County $63,000 $766,550
Comanche County $130,000 $766,550
Cotton County $130,000 $766,550
Craig County $111,000 $766,550
Creek County $234,000 $766,550
Custer County $140,000 $766,550
Delaware County $155,000 $766,550
Dewey County $91,000 $766,550
Ellis County $120,000 $766,550
Garfield County $169,000 $766,550
Garvin County $95,000 $766,550
Grady County $243,000 $766,550
Grant County $69,000 $766,550
Greer County $78,000 $766,550
Harmon County $60,000 $766,550
Harper County $79,000 $766,550
Haskell County $99,000 $766,550
Hughes County $73,000 $766,550
Jackson County $135,000 $766,550
Jefferson County $50,000 $766,550
Johnston County $75,000 $766,550
Kay County $98,000 $766,550
Kingfisher County $170,000 $766,550
Kiowa County $60,000 $766,550
Latimer County $77,000 $766,550
Le Flore County $90,000 $766,550
Lincoln County $243,000 $766,550
Logan County $243,000 $766,550
Love County $139,000 $766,550
McClain County $243,000 $766,550
McCurtain County $170,000 $766,550
McIntosh County $88,000 $766,550
Major County $100,000 $766,550
Marshall County $106,000 $766,550
Mayes County $131,000 $766,550
Murray County $89,000 $766,550
Muskogee County $125,000 $766,550
Noble County $117,000 $766,550
Nowata County $95,000 $766,550
Okfuskee County $70,000 $766,550
Oklahoma County $243,000 $766,550
Okmulgee County $234,000 $766,550
Osage County $234,000 $766,550
Ottawa County $75,000 $766,550
Pawnee County $234,000 $766,550
Payne County $200,000 $766,550
Pittsburg County $109,000 $766,550
Pontotoc County $138,000 $766,550
Pottawatomie County $122,000 $766,550
Pushmataha County $76,000 $766,550
Roger Mills County $100,000 $766,550
Rogers County $234,000 $766,550
Seminole County $70,000 $766,550
Sequoyah County $175,000 $766,550
Stephens County $90,000 $766,550
Texas County $155,000 $766,550
Tillman County $55,000 $766,550
Tulsa County $234,000 $766,550
Wagoner County $234,000 $766,550
Washington County $144,000 $766,550
Washita County $68,000 $766,550
Woods County $104,000 $766,550
Woodward County $120,000 $766,550

More on Oklahoma

Want to learn more about Oklahoma? See Fair Market Rents in Oklahoma to view 40th percentile FMRs or click here to find a Public Housing Authority in Oklahoma who can help with finding affordable housing near you.

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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, 2024


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