2019's VA Home loan limits for Nevada by county

While the Department of Veterans Affairs does not set a maximum loan amount on the VA Loan Program for Nevada, the VA does, however, impose a limit on the amount they will guarantee, and this number varies by the location in which you decide to purchase your home.

Expolore VA Home loan limits for Nevada by County as published by Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac.

County name One-Unit Limit Two-Unit Limit Three-Unit Limit Four-Unit Limit
Carson City County, NV $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
Churchill County, NV $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
Clark County, NV $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
Douglas County, NV $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
Elko County, NV $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
Esmeralda County, NV $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
Eureka County, NV $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
Humboldt County, NV $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
Lander County, NV $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
Lincoln County, NV $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
Lyon County, NV $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
Mineral County, NV $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
Nye County, NV $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
Pershing County, NV $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
Storey County, NV $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
Washoe County, NV $417,000 $533,850 $645,300 $801,950
White Pine County, NV $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)