2019's Conventional Home loan limits for Vermont by county

The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) publishes annual conforming loan limits that apply to all conventional mortgages varying by geographic location.

Expolore Conventional Home loan limits for Vermont by County

County name One-Unit Limit Two-Unit Limit Three-Unit Limit Four-Unit Limit
Addison County, VT $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
Bennington County, VT $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
Caledonia County, VT $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
Chittenden County, VT $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
Essex County, VT $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
Franklin County, VT $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
Grand Isle County, VT $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
Lamoille County, VT $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
Orange County, VT $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
Orleans County, VT $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
Rutland County, VT $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
Washington County, VT $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
Windham County, VT $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
Windsor County, VT $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)