Updated USDA Loan Income Limits for 2022 in Florida, Texas, Tennessee and Alabama
Updated USDA Loan Income Limits for 2022 have arrived!
What are the updated USDA Loan Income Limits for 2022 in Florida, Texas, Tennessee, and Alabama?
While many know that it is possible to make too much money for a USDA loan, what they don’t realize is just how high USDA loan income limits are for 2022!
USDA recently announced an increase to their household income limits for the Single-Family Housing Guaranteed Loan Program.
As you will see in today’s video, the USDA income limit increase can help both homebuyers trying to qualify immediately and those families who are trying to increase their maximum USDA qualifying sales price.
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What are the updated loan income limits for 2022 in Florida, Texas, Tennessee, and Alabama?
A key part of USDA Loan eligibility involves determining if your household income will meet the USDA income limits which is also known as “Annual Income.”
This will include all household members and NOT just those who are on the loan. Understanding your applicable county income limit is a critical step towards USDA qualifying.
Let’s use the income limits published for Florida as an example to show how the recent USDA income limits have changed from the previous USDA loan limits in 2021.
Effective June 8, 2022, the USDA Single Family Housing Guaranteed Loan Program has updated their income limits to the following:
- A 1–4-person household has been increased from $91,900 up to $103,500.
- For a 5–8-person household, this has now been increased from $121,300 all the way up to $136,600!
- These are substantial increases that are already making an immediate impact by helping more families qualify to purchase a home in our rural areas!
In addition, certain counties will allow for increased limits above and beyond what we discussed today. An example of such would be Collier County, FL.
For your convenience, click here to check current USDA income limits.
- Never assume that your income is either eligible or ineligible for a USDA loan
- Additional factors may apply, and as your USDA mortgage professional we are here to help with the calculations
- If you are a realtor or a Home Buyer who had a previous situation where a loan was denied due to the income limitations in place, contact us today so we can put the pen to the paper and start reviewing
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