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Colorado Conforming Loan Limits for 2024

The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) increased conforming loan limits for 2024. This change makes it easier for Colorado homebuyers to secure the financing they need.

The 2024 conforming loan limit for the majority of Colorado is $766,550, up 5.5% from the 2023 limit of $726,200. This adjustment means that Colorado homebuyers will have more financing options (and possibly lower interest rates) when purchasing a more expensive home.

Loan limits differ depending on county and property size. The table below shows the adjusted conforming loan limits for all counties in Colorado as well as for all four unit types. If you have any questions about these new loan limits, please contact us!

County
One-Unit (Single-Family)
Two-Unit (Duplex)
Three-Unit (Triplex)
Four-Unit (Multi-Plex)
Adams County
$816,500
$1,045,250
$1,263,500
$1,570,200
Alamosa County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Arapahoe County
$816,500
$1,045,250
$1,263,500
$1,570,200
Archuleta County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Baca County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Bent County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Boulder County
$856,750
$1,096,800
$1,325,800
$1,647,650
Broomfield County
$816,500
$1,045,250
$1,263,500
$1,570,200
Chaffee County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Cheyenne County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Clear Creek
$816,500
$1,045,250
$1,263,500
$1,570,200
Conejos County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Costilla County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Crowley County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Custer County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Delta County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Denver County
$816,500
$1,045,250
$1,263,500
$1,570,200
Dolores County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Douglas County
$816,500
$1,045,250
$1,263,500
$1,570,200
Eagle County
$1,149,825
$1,472,250
$1,779,525
$2,211,600
El Paso County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Elbert County
$816,500
$1,045,250
$1,263,500
$1,570,200
Fremont County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Garfield County
$1,149,825
$1,472,250
$1,779,525
$2,211,600
Gilpin County
$816,500
$1,045,250
$1,263,500
$1,570,200
Grand County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Gunnison County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Hinsdale County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Huerfano County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Jackson County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Jefferson County
$816,500
$1,045,250
$1,263,500
$1,570,200
Kiowa County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Kit Carson County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
La Plata County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Lake County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Larimer County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Las Animas County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Lincoln County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Logan County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Mesa County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Mineral County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Moffat County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Montezuma County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Montrose County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Morgan County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Otero County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Ouray County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Park County
$816,500
$1,045,250
$1,263,500
$1,570,200
Phillips County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Pitkin County
$1,149,825
$1,472,250
$1,779,525
$2,211,600
Prowers County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Pueblo County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Rio Blanco County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Rio Grande County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Routt County
$1,012,000
$1,295,550
$1,566,050
$1,946,200
Saguache County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
San Juan County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
San Miguel County
$994,750
$1,273,450
$1,539,350
$1,913,000
Sedgwick County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Summit County
$1,006,250
$1,288,200
$1,557,150
$1,935,150
Teller County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Washington County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Weld County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400
Yuma County
$766,550
$981,500
$1,186,350
$1,474,400

*Loan limit increase is only valid for 30-year loans. High-cost areas include mainland states with the exception of Alaska and Hawaii.

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