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County

Median
price

FHA
limit

Conforming loan limit

Alameda County

$995,000

$729,750

$729,750

Alpine County

$438,000

$547,500

$547,500

Amador County

$355,000

$443,750

$443,750

Butte County

$320,000

$400,000

$417,000

Calaveras County

$370,000

$462,500

$462,500

Colusa County

$318,000

$397,500

$417,000

Contra Costa County

$995,000

$729,750

$729,750

Del Norte County

$249,000

$311,250

$417,000

El Dorado County

$464,000

$580,000

$580,000

Fresno County

$305,000

$381,250

$417,000

Glenn County

$230,000

$287,500

$417,000

Humboldt County

$315,000

$393,750

$417,000

Imperial County

$260,000

$325,000

$417,000

Inyo County

$350,000

$437,500

$437,500

Kern County

$295,000

$368,750

$417,000

Kings County

$260,000

$325,000

$417,000

Lake County

$321,000

$401,250

$417,000

Lassen County

$200,000

$271,050

$417,000

Los Angeles County

$710,000

$729,750

$729,750

Madera County

$340,000

$425,000

$425,000

Marin County

$995,000

$729,750

$729,750

Mariposa County

$330,000

$412,500

$417,000

Mendocino County

$410,000

$512,500

$512,500

Merced County

$378,000

$472,500

$472,500

Modoc County

$125,000

$271,050

$417,000

Mono County

$370,000

$462,500

$462,500

Monterey County

$599,000

$729,750

$729,750

Napa County

$615,000

$729,750

$729,750

Nevada County

$450,000

$562,500

$562,500

Orange County

$710,000

$729,750

$729,750

Placer County

$464,000

$580,000

$580,000

Plumas County

$328,000

$410,000

$417,000

Riverside County

$400,000

$500,000

$500,000

Sacramento County

$464,000

$580,000

$580,000

San Benito County

$790,000

$729,750

$729,750

San Bernardino County

$400,000

$500,000

$500,000

San Diego County

$558,000

$697,500

$697,500

San Francisco County

$995,000

$729,750

$729,750

San Joaquin County

$391,000

$488,750

$488,750

San Luis Obispo County

$550,000

$687,500

$687,500

San Mateo County

$995,000

$729,750

$729,750

Santa Barbara County

$615,000

$729,750

$729,750

Santa Clara County

$790,000

$729,750

$729,750

Santa Cruz County

$719,000

$729,750

$729,750

Shasta County

$339,000

$423,750

$423,750

Sierra County

$228,000

$285,000

$417,000

Siskiyou County

$235,000

$293,750

$417,000

Solano County

$446,000

$557,500

$557,500

Sonoma County

$530,000

$662,500

$662,500

Stanislaus County

$339,000

$423,750

$423,750

Sutter County

$340,000

$425,000

$425,000

Tehama County

$250,000

$312,500

$417,000

Trinity County

$200,000

$271,050

$417,000

Tulare County

$260,000

$325,000

$417,000

Tuolumne County

$350,000

$437,500

$437,500

Ventura County

$599,000

$729,750

$729,750

Yolo County

$464,000

$580,000

$580,000

Yuba County

$340,000

$425,000

$425,000

Source: Department of Housing and Urban Development

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