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A jumbo mortgage is a home loan that is larger than the conforming loan limit set by the U.S. government, which is currently $726,200 in most areas of the U.S.
Every year the U.S. government sets a limit on the dollar amount for a conforming loan that they are willing to guarantee. Home loans below the limit are called conforming mortgages. Home loans above the conforming loan limit are called jumbo mortgages.
A jumbo mortgage can have a fixed rate or an adjustable rate. A 30-year jumbo mortgage will have a loan term of 30 years. Other jumbo loan options are also available.
Here’s how the U.S. government determines the conforming loan limit:
Contact a mortgage loan officer to learn more about your loan options.
The criteria to qualify for jumbo loans are stricter than those for conforming loans.
The three main advantages of a jumbo loan compared to a conforming loan are:
Consider a jumbo loan if you need a mortgage loan amount above the conforming loan limits. The limit is currently set at $726,200 in most areas of the United States. Contact a U.S. Bank mortgage loan officer to determine which mortgage option is the best for you.