Nebraska VA Home Loan Limits

Nebraska Military VA Home Loans

Located on the Great Plains region of the Midwestern United States, Nebraska is known for its prairies and farmlands. The state is an important producer of sorghum, soybeans, maize, pork and beef. Beyond agriculture, the local economy of the state is rooted in freight transportation, insurance, IT, telecommunications and manufacturing.

The state has a rich Native American history; numerous cultures and indigenous groups lived along the states rivers for thousands of years prior to European exploration. Notable tribes to populate the region include the Missouria, Ponca, Omaha, Pawnee, Otoe, and Lakota. Entirely landlocked, the State was initially explored by French explorers in 1682.Originally the area was part of what France had designated as the Louisiana Territory. Following the United States purchase of the territory, Nebraska was incorporated into the Missouri Territory. It was officially recognized as its own territory in 1854 and was granted statehood in 1867. A catalyst to this was the Homestead Act which gave free land in the state to settlers willing to migrate to the area. The population of the state further increased following the Civil War during the Great Migration, a movement that saw over five million African Americans from the rural south disperse through the West, Midwest and Northeast.

Bordered by Iowa, South Dakota, Missouri, Colorado, and Wyoming, Nebraska is known for being home to the College World Series, College Football at Lincoln Stadium, Steakhouses in Omaha, the world’s largest rail yard and kayking in the Niobrara River.

The largest metropolitan area in Nebraska is Omaha, followed by the Lincoln area. The population of the state is just under two million, 141,000 of who are veterans and 17,530 active duty military members. Offutt Air Force base is located in the state. The installation is the host site for the 55th wing of the Air Force’s Air Combat Command. Additionally, the Strategic Command Headquarters, Air Force Weather Agency and Defense Finance and Accounting Service call the base home.

When a veteran or active-duty service member opts to purchase a home in Nebraska using a VA-backed home loan, a termite inspection is required.

Disabled veterans in the state qualify for a property tax exemption if they have loste the use of more than one limb or have experienced reduced eye sight. The amount varies, contingent on disability rating.

Are you a Nebraska homeowner who requires short sale assistance? Call 888-573-4496 or complete the form below to find out how you can enjoy no cost, effective short sale assistance on your home (VA loan not required). As well as minimal impact to your credit score, and no impact to your security clearance, short sale assistance also means you’ll still have the opportunity to purchase a home in the future using your VA benefit.


VA Home Loan Information for the State of Nebraska

NOTE: The following is for information 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 2017, $0 down VA loan amount set 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. Adams County $424,100
  2. Antelope County $424,100
  3. Arthur County $424,100
  4. Banner County $424,100
  5. Blaine County $424,100
  6. Boone County $424,100
  7. Box Butte County $424,100
  8. Boyd County $424,100
  9. Brown County $424,100
  10. Buffalo County $424,100
  11. Burt County $424,100
  12. Butler County $424,100
  13. Cass County $424,100
  14. Cedar County $424,100
  15. Chase County $424,100
  16. Cherry County $424,100
  17. Cheyenne County $424,100
  18. Clay County $424,100
  19. Colfax County $424,100
  20. Cuming County $424,100
  21. Custer County $424,100
  22. Dakota County $424,100
  23. Dawes County $424,100
  24. Dawson County $424,100
  25. Deuel County $424,100
  26. Dixon County $424,100
  27. Dodge County $424,100
  28. Douglas County $424,100
  29. Dundy County $424,100
  30. Fillmore County $424,100
  31. Franklin County $424,100
  32. Frontier County $424,100
  33. Furnas County $424,100
  34. Gage County $424,100
  35. Garden County $424,100
  36. Garfield County $424,100
  37. Gosper County $424,100
  38. Grant County $424,100
  39. Greeley County $424,100
  40. Hall County $424,100
  41. Hamilton County $424,100
  42. Harlan County $424,100
  43. Hayes County $424,100
  44. Hitchcock County $424,100
  45. Holt County $424,100
  46. Hooker County $424,100
  47. Howard County $424,100
  48. Jefferson County $424,100
  49. Johnson County $424,100
  50. Kearney County $424,100
  51. Keith County $424,100
  52. Keya Paha County $424,100
  53. Kimball County $424,100
  54. Knox County $424,100
  55. Lancaster County $424,100
  56. Lincoln County $424,100
  57. Logan County $424,100
  58. Loup County $424,100
  59. Madison County $424,100
  60. Mcpherson County $424,100
  61. Merrick County $424,100
  62. Morrill County $424,100
  63. Nance County $424,100
  64. Nemaha County $424,100
  65. Nuckolls County $424,100
  66. Otoe County $424,100
  67. Pawnee County $424,100
  68. Perkins County $424,100
  69. Phelps County $424,100
  70. Pierce County $424,100
  71. Platte County $424,100
  72. Polk County $424,100
  73. Red Willow County $424,100
  74. Richarson County $424,100
  75. Rock County $424,100
  76. Saline County $424,100
  77. Sarpy County $424,100
  78. Saunders County $424,100
  79. Scotts Bluff County $424,100
  80. Seward County $424,100
  81. Sheridan County $424,100
  82. Sherman County $424,100
  83. Sioux County $424,100
  84. Stanton County $424,100
  85. Thayer County $424,100
  86. Thomas County $424,100
  87. Thurston County $424,100
  88. Valley County $424,100
  89. Washington County $424,100
  90. Wayne County $424,100
  91. Webster County $424,100
  92. Wheeler County $424,100
  93. York County $424,100

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