Dreaming of a home in Vermont? A USDA loan may be just the thing to help your dream become a reality. No down payment or qualifying assets required, and no maximum loan amount mean that USDA loans are flexible enough to fit most any situation, and fixed interest rates mean that payments won’t increase over time. For a family of 1-4 in Vermont, the average household income limit for a USDA loan is about $80,000 a year, and the limit can be as high as $117,700 for families of 5 or more. Fill out the form below to get in touch with one of our USDA loan specialists and learn how to make that dream home yours.
This map shows the areas of Vermont that are eligible for USDA loans. For more information on qualifying areas, head to the USDA property eligibility page.
Below you will find a link to the USDA income limits for Vermont:
USDA Home Loan Income Limits Vermont
- NO down payment – Finance 100% of your home
- NO maximum loan amount in Vermont.
- NO assets needed to qualify
- Flexible credit guidelines
- Competitive, fixed interest rates so payments do not increase
- USDA Loans are for new and existing properties
Start your Alabama USDA home loan now! Just fill out this quick form to get started & a USDA loan specialist will contact you with your options.