USDA Changes - Effective June 4, 2018

Posted by:  Service First
2018-05-16 09:33:50

 

USDA Changes - Effective June 4, 2018

USDA has finished its review of eligible areas and has identified some changes in jurisdiction that will go into affect as of June 4, 2018. The affected areas can be viewed below.
 
What does this mean for you?
 
If you are considering purchasing a home in one of the affected areas and are interested in obtaining a USDA Loan to do so, you'll need to complete your purchase by June 4, 2018 in order to be eligible.
 
 
Currently Ineligible Cities/Places with Population over 35,000 - Areas annexed to the city will become ineligible. Contiguous densely populated areas were also reviewed.
 
Abilene
Amarillo
Angleton
Atascocita
Austin
Baytown
Beaumont
Brownsville
Bryan
Burleson
Cedar Hill
Cedar Park
Channelview
College Station
Conroe
Corpus Christi
Dallas
Del Rio
Denison
Denton
Edinburg
El Paso
Fort Worth
Friendswood
Frisco
Galveston
Georgetown
Grand Prairie
Harlingen
Houston
Huntsville
Killeen
Lancaster
Laredo
League City
Lubbock
Lufkin
Mansfield
McAllen
McKinney
Mesquite
Midland
Mission
Missouri City
New Braunfels
Odessa
Pasadena
Pflugerville
Pharr
Port Arthur
Rockwall
Round Rock
San Angelo
San Antonio
San Juan
San Marcos
Schertz
Sherman
Sugarland
Temple
Texarkana
Texas City
The Woodlands
Tyler
Victoria
Waco
Weslaco
Wichita Falls
 
 
 
 
 
Currently Eligible But Population has increased to over 35,000 – City limits will become ineligible. Contiguous densely populated areas were also reviewed.
 
Alton
Alvin
Bellmead
Belton
Buda
Cibolo
Cleburne
Copperas Cove
Denison
Dickinson
Donna
Ennis
Freeport
Fresno
Glenn Heights
Greenville
Harker Heights
Hewitt
Hidalgo
Highland Village
Hutto
Katy
Kyle
La Homa
La Marque
Lake Jackson
Leander
Little Elm
Mercedes
Midlothian
Nacogdoches
Paris
Portland
Prosper
Red Oak
Robinson
Rosenberg
San Benito
Sante Fe
Seabrook
Seagoville
Sequin
Socorro
Southlake
Terrell
Timberwood
Tomball
Trophy Club
Waxahachie
West Odessa
 
 
 
Rural in Character Review: Includes cities and parts of cities outside of a current ineligible area that have a population density of 1,000 people per square mile, located in a MSA, and have a population greater than 10,000. Contiguous densely populated areas were also reviewed.
 
Alamo
Alton
Alvin
Angleton
Belton
Boerne
Buda
Cibolo
Converse
Dickinson
Donna
Forney
Fresno
Gatesville
Glen Heights
Henderson
Hidalgo
Horizon City
Hutto
Katy
Kyle
La Homa
La Marque
La Port
Lakeway
Leander
Little Elm
Live Oak
Mercedes
Portland
Rosenberg
San Benito
Seabrook
Socorro
Southlake
Trophy Club
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
To view the full eligibility map, please visit the USDA Eligibility Map
 
For the full bulletin, please visit this link.
 
 
Of course, if you have any questions, one of our Loan Officers will be happy to help! Reach out today for additional information.
 

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