FHA Loan Limits in Tennessee for 2014

Each year the Federal Housing Administration reconsiders the loan limits for each city County and City in the state of Tennessee.  While most of the areas of the country share the same FHA loan limits, there are areas that are considered high cost areas based on the home prices in the region, and those housing markets will have higher loan limits set by FHA than the rest of the country.

For 2014 all the areas of the state of Tennessee with the exception of Nashville Metro area have the same FHA Loam Limits.

 

2014 FHA Loan limits for state of Tennessee

Single family homes the limit is $271,050

Duplex’s have a FHA loan limit of  $347,000

Triplex or three units have a loan limit of $419,425

Fourplex units have a FHA loan limit of $521,250

 

2014 FHA Loan limits for the Nashville Metro area  

Single family homes the limit is $393,300

Duplex’s have a FHA loan limit of  $503,500

Triplex or three units have a loan limit of $608,600

Fourplex units have a FHA loan limit of $756,350

 

For help with your FHA Loan,  be sure to call the pro’s at VanDyk Mortgage at 866-435-6553 toll free direct.  VanDyk Mortgage is a HUD Approved DE Lender,  the highest level of FHA Approval.


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