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Jefferson County mortgage loan limits adjust annually to match changes in the FHFA House Price Index.
Jefferson County mortgage statistics are sourced from the FFIEC, which collects anonymous HMDA mortgage data from U.S. mortgage applications.
2024 conforming and FHA mortgage loan limits for for the areas surrounding Jefferson County, Oklahoma. Local loan limits and county-level mortgage data updated regularly.
Today's 30-year fixed-rate mortgage rate in Oklahoma is 6.375%. See current mortgage rates for every mortgage product and check your eligibility for first-time home buyer programs with an Immedate Mortgage Approval by Homebuyer.com.
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