Torrance County, New Mexico VA Loan Information

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

Torrance County is located near the center of New Mexico and truly is the heart of the state, featuring great views and friendly people. Visit all the beautiful outdoor spots in the county, including waterways, parks, and more. If you are interested in local history, then be sure to check out all the historical landmarks and structures in the county. A great education is available to all local children and young adults, thanks to the strong educational system. Torrance County was officially founded on March 16, 1903 and is included in the Albuquerque, NM Metropolitan Statistical Area. The current population of the county is 15,506, including a veteran population of 1,529.

Those who love the outdoors are sure to enjoy all the scenic outdoor spots in Torrance County. The Cibola National Forest is partly located in the county and is home to miles of scenic trails, perfect for hiking, bird watching, and more. The Cibola National Forest is also home to several beautiful campsites, each offering all the amenities you’d need for a relaxing weekend camping trip. If you are a fan of aquatic activities, then you will love the many rivers and springs in the area, including Colorado Spring, New Canyon Number Two Spring, and many more.

Avid history buffs should be sure to visit all the interesting historical landmarks in Torrance County. The Gran Quivera Historic District is found within the Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument, which features excellent views of the Gran Quivira ruins. There is a visitor’s center at the Gran Quivera Historic District, where you can learn about the sites. The Quarai State Monument is just one of the beautiful prehistoric Native American structures in the area and was added to the National Register of Historic Places on October 15, 1966. Other historic landmarks in the county include the Moriarty Eclipse Windmill and the Greene Evans Garage.

Local parents can be sure that their child will receive an excellent education in Torrance County. The local schools host a variety of exciting events, including sporting events, stage performances, art showcases, and more. Children of all ages are sure to find an extracurricular club or program that interests them. Several educational resources are available in the county, including several libraries.

There are several veteran resources in the county, including the Torrance County Veterans Outreach. The median housing cost in the county is $108,800 and the median household income is $32,067.


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Moriarty, Estancia, Mountainair, Encino, Willard

88321, 87032, 87035, 87009, 87016, 87061, 87063

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VFW Post

Post 3370 Ike Cole Post
18 Calle Del Monte St.
Moriarty, NM 87035-0970
United States
Phone: (505) 832-0730

Meeting Location & Time
18 Calle Del Monte St.
Moriarty, NM 87035-0970
United States
11:00 am 2nd Saturday

Quartermaster: Jess Lopez Jr
Commander: Michael Briody


Maximum VA Appraisal Fees Allowable in Torrance County

Single Family: $600
Multi-Family: $750
Repair Inspection: $100


Links

New Mexico VA Loan Information: https://www.vahomeloancenters.org/new-mexico-military-mortgage-limits-by-county/
VA Loan Information by State: https://www.vahomeloancenters.org/va-loan-limit-maximum-va-loan-amount/

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