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What Is the FHA Renovation Loan?

FHA loans typically require a move-in-ready home, but there's an FHA loan for fixer-uppers too.


[Updated: Jun 09, 2021 ] Oct 04, 2020 by Matt Frankel, CFP
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Number of Housing Units Base FHA Loan Limit High-Cost FHA Loan Limit Alaska, Hawaii, Guam, U.S. Virgin Islands FHA Loan Limit
1 $331,760 $765,600 $1,148,400
2 $424,800 $980,325 $1,470,475
3 $513,450 $1,184,925 $1,777,375
4 $638,100 $1,472,550 $2,208,825

Data source: HUD.