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What is a jumbo mortgage?

A jumbo mortgage is one that is larger than the conforming loan rates set by the Federal Housing Finance Administration (FHFA). A conforming loan is one that can be purchased by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac, so a jumbo loan is one that’s too large to meet this requirement.

Every year, the FHFA announces the conforming loan limit. Anything above that amount is considered a jumbo loan. For 2021, the conforming limit for most homes in the country is $548,250 However, in places where home prices are generally higher, the limit is higher. For example, in Hawaii and Alaska, the conforming loan limit is $822,375.

As with most other mortgages, it’s important to shop around for jumbo mortgage rates that fit your needs and reflect your situation.

Learn More: What Is a Mortgage Rate and How Do They Work?

How to qualify for a jumbo loan

To qualify for a jumbo loan, you generally need a credit score of at least 700 and a down payment of 10% to 30%.

Additionally, lenders also weigh other factors, such as debt-to-income (DTI) ratio, employment history, and cash reserves. Some lenders require you to have between six to 12 months of payments available to qualify for the best jumbo rates.


How to shop for a jumbo loan

Make sure to shop around for jumbo mortgages and compare the interest rates, terms, and requirements of each mortgage lender.

When shopping for a jumbo loan, you might end up with a higher mortgage rate or encounter stricter requirements. But you can use Credible to help you compare options and get personalized prequalified rates that are right for you.

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