Conforming loans are conventional loans that meet bank-funding criteria set by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Both of these stock-holding companies buy mortgage loans from lending institutions and secure them for resale to the investment community. Every year, form October to October, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac establish limits on what constitutes a conforming loan in a mean home price.Buying back mortgage loans allow these agencies to provide a continuous flow of affordable funding to banks that reinvest their money back into more mortgage loans. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac only buy loans that are conforming, to repackage into the secondary market – effectively decreasing the demand for non-conforming loans.
San Diego Conforming Loans Limits
For information on limits in other counties in California, call us at (619) 260-1660 x247.
|1 Unit||2 Units||3 Units||4 Units|
|Conforming Loan Limit||$484,350||$620,200||$749,650||$931,600|
|San Diego County High Balance Limit||$690,000||$883,300,||$1,067,750||$1,326,950|
|Orange County High Balance Limit||$726,525||$930,300||$1,124,475||$1,397,400|
|San Bernardino County High Balance Limit||$484,350||$620,200||$749,650||$931,600|
|Riverside County High Balance Limit||$484,350||$620,200||$749,650||$931,600|
|Los Angeles County High Balance Limit||$726,525||$930,300||$1,067,750||$1,326,950|
We are located centrally in San Diego, and work with clients throughout the county and state, including Eastlake, Chula Vista, Imperial Beach and La Mesa.