Missouri VA Home Loan Limits

Missouri military va loan

With the 21st largest total area and the 18th biggest population in the country, Missouri is made up of 114 counties and the independent city of St. Louis. Jefferson City is the capital, and the four largest urban areas are Columbia, Kansas City, Springfield and St. Louis. The state has a population of nearly six million (5,982,413). In the Midwestern part of the U.S., Missouri is unique as it borders eight other states. The Geography of the state includes everything from scenic river bluffs to the Ozarks. Major industries that play an important role in the economy of Missouri include aerospace and transportation equipment. Although the state has no official nickname, residents have unofficially christened it several things including “The Lead State” , “The Bullion State”, “The Ozark State” , “The Iron Mountain State” , and most famously, and perhaps most appropriately the “Show-Me State.” This nickname has several back stories, but is widely attributed to Congressmen Willard Vandiver who once said “I come from a state that raises corn and cotton, cockleburs and Democrats, and frothy eloquence neither convinces nor satisfies me. I’m from Missouri, and you have got to show me.”

The state has a history largely influenced by the indigenous peoples who first inhabited the area and the European exploration and settlement of the area. An integral agricultural center, the wheat, corn and tobacco shipped from the state to lower Louisiana were paramount for the survival of lower Louisiana. St. Louis was founded by the French of New Orleans in 1764 and stayed under European control until the Louisiana Purchase in 1803. Missouri became a state in 1821.

Today the state is largely known for its outdoor activities such as horseback riding, hiking, floating, canoeing and kayaking; as well as the metropolitan areas of St. Louis and Kansas City which offer numerous distinct happenings. A popular Friday night adventure in Kansas City is an art crawl through the Crossroads Art District.

The state is home to several military installations including Fort Leonard Wood, the (UMR) Marine Safety Office, St Louis Military Entrance Processing Station, and Whiteman Air Force Base. Missouri has a total current military personnel population of 51,510, and the veteran population is over 505,000.

If a veteran opts to purchase a home in Missouri through the use of a VA-backed home loan, a termite inspection is required. Additionally, the purchase of a manufactured home is not permitted with the use of a VA-guaranteed loan.

The average home cost in Missouri is $132,100, and the cost of living is 8.9 percent lower than the American average.


Missouri Military / Veteran Short Sale Assistance:

Missouri residents (active duty, reservists or veterans) who require short sale assistance on a home should call 888-573-4496, or complete the form on this page. VA Home Loan Centers short sale assistance is provided at zero costs to the homeowner and means no impact on security clearance. Impact on the homeowner’s credit score is minimal, if they’re current on the loan. Additionally, when a veteran or service member uses short sale assistance, they retain the ability to purchase a home in the future using a VA-backed home loan.


VA Home Loan for the State of Missouri

NOTE: The following is for informational purposes only. To find out the exact dollar amount you qualify for, call the VA Home Loan Centers Applications Support Desk at 888-573-4496 or fill out the VA Home Loan Application located here.

The loan limits below are the maximum, $0 down VA loan amount set for 2019 for each county, incorporated city, or municipality (as listed below). Although there is no maximum loan amount, the maximum no money down VA home loan limits are stated as follows.

  1. Adair County $484,350
  2. Andrew County $484,350
  3. Atchison County $484,350
  4. Audrain County $484,350
  5. Barry County $484,350
  6. Barton County $484,350
  7. Bates County $484,350
  8. Benton County $484,350
  9. Bollinger County $484,350
  10. Boone County $484,350
  11. Buchanan County $484,350
  12. Butler County $484,350
  13. Caldwell County $484,350
  14. Callaway County $484,350
  15. Camden County $484,350
  16. Cape Girardeau County $484,350
  17. Carroll County $484,350
  18. Carter County $484,350
  19. Cass County $484,350
  20. Cedar County $484,350
  21. Chariton County $484,350
  22. Christian County $484,350
  23. Clark County $484,350
  24. Clay County $484,350
  25. Clinton County $484,350
  26. Cole County $484,350
  27. Cooper County $484,350
  28. Crawford County $484,350
  29. Dade County $484,350
  30. Dallas County $484,350
  31. Daviess County $484,350
  32. Dekalb County $484,350
  33. Dent County $484,350
  34. Douglas County $484,350
  35. Dunklin County $484,350
  36. Franklin County $484,350
  37. Gasconade County $484,350
  38. Gentry County $484,350
  39. Greene County $484,350
  40. Grundy County $484,350
  41. Harrison County $484,350
  42. Henry County $484,350
  43. Hickory County $484,350
  44. Holt County $484,350
  45. Howard County $484,350
  46. Howell County $484,350
  47. Iron County $484,350
  48. Jackson County $484,350
  49. Jasper County $484,350
  50. Jefferson County $484,350
  51. Johnson County $484,350
  52. Knox County $484,350
  53. Laclede County $484,350
  54. Lafayette County $484,350
  55. Lawrence County $484,350
  56. Lewis County $484,350
  57. Lincoln County $484,350
  58. Linn County $484,350
  59. Livingston County $484,350
  60. Macon County $484,350
  61. Madison County $484,350
  62. Maries County $484,350
  63. Marion County $484,350
  64. Mcdonald County $484,350
  65. Mercer County $484,350
  66. Miller County $484,350
  67. Mississippi County $484,350
  68. Moniteau County $484,350
  69. Monroe County $484,350
  70. Montgomery County $484,350
  71. Morgan County $484,350
  72. New Madrid County $484,350
  73. Newton County $484,350
  74. Nodaway County $484,350
  75. Oregon County $484,350
  76. Osage County $484,350
  77. Ozark County $484,350
  78. Pemiscot County $484,350
  79. Perry County $484,350
  80. Pettis County $484,350
  81. Phelps County $484,350
  82. Pike County $484,350
  83. Platte County $484,350
  84. Polk County $484,350
  85. Pulaski County $484,350
  86. Putnam County $484,350
  87. Ralls County $484,350
  88. Randolph County $484,350
  89. Ray County $484,350
  90. Reynolds County $484,350
  91. Ripley County $484,350
  92. Saline County $484,350
  93. Schuyler County $484,350
  94. Scotland County $484,350
  95. Scott County $484,350
  96. Shannon County $484,350
  97. Shelby County $484,350
  98. St. Charles County $484,350
  99. St. Clair County $484,350
  100. St. Francois County $484,350
  101. St. Louis County $484,350
  102. St. Louis Independent City $484,350
  103. Sainte Genevieve County $484,350
  104. Stoddard County $484,350
  105. Stone County $484,350
  106. Sullivan County $484,350
  107. Taney County $484,350
  108. Texas County $484,350
  109. Vernon County $484,350
  110. Warren County $484,350
  111. Washington County $484,350
  112. Wayne County $484,350
  113. Webster County $484,350
  114. Worth County $484,350
  115. Wright County $484,350

 

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