Pike County, Mississippi VA Loan Information

The 2018 $0 down, VA home loan limit for Pike County is $453,100.

Pike County is located on the southern edge of Mississippi, and is the perfect place for those looking for somewhere quiet to settle down. If you are looking for the perfect place to enjoy the beauty and tranquility of the Mississippi landscape, then visit one of the scenic outdoor spots in Pike County. There are many educational resources and several higher education options located in and nearby the county. If you are interested in local history, then be sure to check out all the interesting historical landmarks in the county. Pike County was officially created in 1815, and was named after Zebulon Pike, who was an early American explorer. The county currently has a population of 39,667, including a veteran population of 2,047.

Have the time of your life at one of the many beautiful outdoor locations in Pike County. Percy Quin State Park is the perfect place for true nature-lovers, offering excellent hiking and mountain biking opportunities. Percy Quin State Park is also the home of Lake Tangipahoa, which offers amazing opportunities for boating, fishing, swimming, and more. Visit the shores of Lake Tangipahoa for a relaxing walk and to watch the sunset. The Homochitto National Forest is an excellent place for camping and bird watching.

Several excellent education options are available in Pike County, including a local community college. There are several educational resources available in the county, including a local library and several afterschool programs. Southwest Mississippi Community College is located near Pike County, and is the perfect place to obtain an Associate’s Degree or Certificate, and get started on your new career. Southwest Mississippi Community College offers degrees in many different areas, including Animal Science, Environmental Sciences, Dental Hygiene, and more! Southwest Mississippi Community College also offers athletic programs and online classes!

Learn more about the interesting history of Pike County at one of the many historical landmarks in the county. Learn about the history of railroads in the county at the historic Magnolia Depot, which has been standing since 1895. The Magnolia Depot was added to the National Register of Historic Places on October 11, 1984. The Magnolia Depot has been recently restored, and currently serves as Magnolia’s City Hall. Other historical landmarks in the county include the Carraway House, George Chadwick House, Bank of Summit, and many more!

There are several veteran resources in the county, including the Pike County Veteran’s Services Office. The median housing cost in the county is $83,300, and the median household income is $31,677.


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Magnolia, McComb, Osyka, Summit

39666, 39648, 39652, 39657, 39632, 39662, 39635

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VFW Post

Post 4735 Allen-Fortenberry Post
510 W Holly St
Magnolia, MS 39652-2212
United States
Phone: (601) 783-2256

Meeting Location & Time
510 W Holly St
Magnolia, MS 39652-2212
United States
4 pm 2d Monday quarterly

Quartermaster: N/A
Commander: N/A


Maximum VA Appraisal Fees Allowable in Pike County

Single Family: $450
2-4 Units: $625
Repair Inspection: $150


Links

Michigan VA Loan Information: https://www.vahomeloancenters.org/mississippi-va-home-loan-limits/
VA Loan Information by State: https://www.vahomeloancenters.org/va-loan-limit-maximum-va-loan-amount/

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