There’s some good news in store for San Diego County’s current & future homeowners. The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) has just announced the maximum conforming loan limits for home loans underwritten to Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac guidelines for next year, and San Diego County is among the 46 counties across the country that will receive an increase in loan limits in 2015.
As of January 2015, the maximum conforming loan limit for San Diego County will increase from $546,250 to $562,350, a gain of $16,100. This increase means a buyer can soon purchase an owner- occupied property with just 10% down up to a purchase price of $624,775. Homeowners looking to refinance will also benefit from this increase.
“Chad – Your team has been nothing short of amazing. Juliann has aggressively followed-up with escrow and gone out of her way to make sure things get done on schedule. Matt and I can’t express to you enough how much we’ve appreciated all of your counsel at the beginning of the process and her execution to see it through to close. As always, appreciate everything that you guys have done to see this through.”
“Chad, Juliann and the team were great in helping me get through this process. It is not an easy process but they stayed with me the entire time and I am truly grateful. ”
Chad and his team were very attentive to all of my needs, they called , emailed and checked in often. No question was left unanswered! Maria was a superstar! taking all my calls no matter the time or day and walking me through every process. The follow through was amazing and I am just so happy that my realtor referred them to me. I was originally referred to another lender that pretty much had no time for me nor did they even bother to try and find me the right loan since I am a widow with one income and a first time buyer with so so credit. I am completely happy with my loan and everything they did for me! Thank you Chad, Maria and Karina for all you did!