Conforming loan limits 2019 in Connecticut

In 2019 Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have purchase limits for Connecticut. Mortgage loans at or below these limits are known as "conforming" loans, because they conform to the lending limit. Loans above these limits are called non-conforming or jumbo loans. Most US counties have a maximum loan of $417,000 for a single family house, however, some US counties exceed the typical $417,000 loan amount. Loans that surpass this limit are usually called conforming jumbo mortgages.

See Conforming loan limits in Connecticut by County

Use this page to look up the Conforming loan limits in Connecticut by County as published by Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac.

County name One-Unit Limit Two-Unit Limit Three-Unit Limit Four-Unit Limit
Fairfield County, CT $601,450 $769,950 $930,700 $1,156,650
Hartford County, CT $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
Litchfield County, CT $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
Middlesex County, CT $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
New Haven County, CT $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
New London County, CT $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
Tolland County, CT $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
Windham County, CT $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950

Notes:

  • One-Family is a single family home or condominium
  • Two-Family is two separate living units (duplex)
  • Three-Family three separate living units (triplex)
  • Four-Family four separate living units (fourplex)
Tip:
Before to apply on home loan, always compare offers at least from 3 different lenders.

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