2022 conforming loan limit

There could be savings on the table for you!

The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) has just raised their conforming loan limits (CLLs) by 18% to a maximum amount of $647,200 for 2022, an increase of $98,950 from $548,250 in 2021. In certain high cost areas, it’s even more.

This means your buyers will have more flexibility (and possibly lower rates) when financing a higher priced home.

Below is a customized area-specific loan limit look-up tool you can use.

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Home sellers (or buyers) may also want to find a MN REALTOR® with the following designations and/or certifications:

 SRS Designation (Seller Representative Specialist)

Graduate Realtor Institute designation 

CRS Designation (Certified Residential Specialist) 

Real Estate Negotiation Expert® (RENE)

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