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Las Vegas Home Buyers Can Borrow More Money January 1
Las Vegas home buyers: you will have more buying power on January 1. That's when The Federal Housing Finance Agency raises Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac loans limits.
That means if you are getting a conventional, FHA or VA loan, you can borrow more money. Not a whole lot more, but more. And every penny helps.
For the next three weeks, Las Vegans can borrow no more than $424,100 to buy a home in the valley. Come January 1, the loan limit is $453,100.
You can qualify for the new loan limit now because you won't be closing your loan until after January 1.
Call, text, email or send a carrier pigeon if you want to go shopping!
((hugs)) BETH Ellyn
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