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2016 compliant credit limit announced by FMFA | 2015-11-25-25
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will acquire the Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac 2016 mortgage credit lines in 2016. The FHFA said that despite some previous forecasts that credit lines would increase in 2016, compliant credit lines will stay the same for much of the state.
In 2016, the credit limit of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will stay at $417,000 for single-family houses (or houses) for most of the state. Under the FHFA, the Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008 set the basic credit limit at USD 417,000 and provides that the basic credit limit cannot increase again after a downward trend until house values revert to a pre-declining level.
FHFA said the credit limit of $417,000 for 2016 will remain the same as FHFA has found that the US home value in the third trimester of this year has been below its third trimester 2007 levels. However, in 39 "high-priced" districts, the FHFA said that the compliant credit limit for 2016 will be raised.
Though the land lending limit will remain the same in most countries, the FHFA said 39 higher costs districts specifically where home equity has risen over the past year will have raised their max compliant lending limit for 2016. "The FHFA said that although there was an improvement in the value of owner-occupied homes in other districts as well in 2015, other HERA formulae - such as the legal upper limit and the soil limit - were taken into account and these boundaries were not changed.
The FHFA has indicated that credit lines will be increased in several areas, among them several Denver subway districts, several Boston subway districts, several Nashville subway districts and three Seattle subway districts. In addition, four districts in California will raise their compliant credit lines.
The FHFA estimates that the credit limit for Monterey County, California, to which Salinas belongs, will rise by 26,450 US dollars from 502,550 US dollars to 529,000 US dollars. Napa County, California, to which Napa belongs, will see its compliant credit limit rise from $615,250 to $625,500, an increment of $10,250. Sonoma County, which also has Santa Rosa, has the biggest rise in California.
Sonoma County's compliant credit limit will go up from $520,950 to $554,300, an increment of $33,350. Compliant credit limits will also go up in San Diego County, increasing $18,400 from $562,350 to $580,750. In addition, in several Denver Boroughs, such as Adams County, Arapahoe County, Broomfield County, Clear Creek County, Denver County, Douglas County, Elbert County, Gilpin County, Jefferson County and Park County, the limit will be increased from $424,350 to $458,850, an increment of $34,500.
Credit lines will slightly tighten in several districts of the Boston area. Essex County, Middlesex County, Norfolk County, Plymouth County, Suffolk County, Rockingham County und Strafford County werden die Kreditlimits von 517.500 $ auf 523.250 $ erhöht, was einem Anstieg von 5.750 $ entspricht. Credit lines in the Nashville area will be increased by $11,500 from $425,500 to $437,000 in several districts.
Nashville districts are affected: Canyon County, Cheatham County, Davidson County, Dickson County, Hickman County, Macon County, Maury County, Robertson County, Rutherford County, Smith County, Sumner County, Trousdale County, Williamson County et Wilson County. Credit lines in the Seattle area in three districts will go up from $517,500 to $540,500, an increment of $23,000.
This county is King County, Pierce County and Snohomish County. Some of the districts that will raise their credit lines in 2016 have also raised their credit lines for 2015. Please click here to view the 2016 credit limit for the countries without changes. To see the 2016 credit limit for the 39 districts that have been raised, click here.