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Levy County, Florida VA Home Loan Info

Florida va home loan limits2021 $0 down, VA home loan limit for Levy County is $548,250.

Located along the coast of Florida, Levy County was established in 1845. Named for David Levy, a planter turned politician. Levy was elected in 1841 as the Florida territorial delegate to the U.S. House of Representatives. One of the first two state senators of Florida, Levy is recognized as the first Jewish American elected to the United States Senate. Nicknamed the “fire eater and the “father of Florida’s railroads”, Levy is a contentious character in the history of Florida for his staunch support of the institution of slavery, his nine-month imprisonment and for his sale of the states railroad.

The county was established following the conclusion of the Seminole Wars; the development of the Florida Railroad which ran thru Cedar Key led to a countywide population increase. Today, the county has a resident populous of 41,000. Spread out over 1,413 square miles of area the county has two National protected areas, the Cedar Keys National Wildlife Refuge and the Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge. Both areas offer much in the way of tourist activities via wildlife observation, photography, and fishing, canoeing and hunting. The Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge is noted for the sturgeon, deer, turkey, bald eagles, and manatees. Other destinations for locals and tourists, to take advantage of in the county, are the Cedar Key State Museum and Cedar Key Scrub State Reserve. The museum has a vast collection of Indian artifacts and sea shells, as well as a scenic nature trail. The Scrub State Reserve us a state park that has a picnic area, tables and grill space and has a picturesque outdoor backdrop. Renowned for its seafood, views of the Gulf and annual festivals, the County is often described as relaxing, sleepy and quaint. Despite these designations, there is never a shortage of activities.

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Veterans in Levy County

A county created with the Seminole Wars as its backdrop, Levy County has a strong history of being influenced by the military and being home to a small but noticeable veteran populous. Today, the county is home to 4,500 veterans. The Veterans Service Office in Bronson provides veterans and the surviving spouses of military members living in Levy with assistance. The office takes an active role with veteran claimants looking for help in filing for benefits with the VA. The office holds office hours from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday. This outlet is the primary contact point regarding issues that affect veterans throughout Levy County.

Disabled veterans who own property in Levy County potentially qualify for a property tax exemption amounting to $5,000. In order to qualify for this exemption, a veteran must have sustained a service-related injury that has caused a disability rating of ten percent or more. Veterans, who suffer from a total disability, are entirely exempt from paying property taxes in the state of Florida.

VFW Post:

Post 5511 Williston Post
11581 NE 66th Lane
Williston, FL 32696
United States
Phone: (352) 486-4045

Meeting Location & Time
18450 NE 40th St
Williston, FL 32696
United States
7:00 PM 2nd Monday

Quartermaster: George Mayo
Commander: Scott Malkin

Maximum VA Appraisal Fees Allowable In Levy County:

  • Single Family: $425
  • Condominium: $425
  • Manufactured Housing: $425
  • Duplex $500
  • Triplex: $550
  • Fourplex: $600
  • Repair Certification: $100

Levy County Property Search

Yankeetown, Williston, Otter Creek, Fanning Springs, Chiefland, Cedar Key, Bronson, Inglis, Andrews, East Bronson, East Williston, Ellzey, Fowlers Bluff, Gulf Hammock, Lebanon Station, Manatee Road, Raleigh, Rosewood, Turkeytown, Usher, Williston Highlands

Levy County VA Approved Condos

Currently, there are no VA approved condos in Levy County. For assistance with a condo approval project contact VA Home Loan Centers immediately at 888-573-4496.


  1. Florida VA Loan Information: https://www.vahomeloancenters.org/florida-va-home-loan-limits/
  2. VA Loan Information by State: https://www.vahomeloancenters.org/va-loan-limit-maximum-va-loan-amount/