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Nevada Income Eligibility

Contrary to other home loan programs USDA has a maximum amount of money a household can make in a single year. The USDA income limit is determined by the average income earned in a specific county. 

The average household income limit in Nevada is $131,250 for a household up to 4 people. If the household has 5 or more people, the Nevada USDA income limit is $173,250. 

Nevada has different income limits for every county based on the average income in the area. Be sure to check your income with our USDA income tool below. 

You can fill out the USDA Eligibility form to see if you qualify for a Nevada USDA loan. 

USDA loans are eligible for new or existing homes in USDA eligible areas. Although the majority of Nevada qualifies for USDA lending, make sure to check the property eligibility tool to verify property eligibility. 

Here is the direct link to USDA’s website to verify the USDA income limits in Nevada.

USDA Home Loan Income Limits Nevada

  • NO down payment – Finance 100% of your home
  • NO maximum loan amount in Nevada.
  • NO assets needed to qualify
  • Flexible credit guidelines
  • Competitive, fixed interest rates so payments do not increase
  • USDA Loans are for new and existing properties

Start your Nevada USDA home loan now! Just fill out this quick form to get started & a USDA loan specialist will contact you with your options.

What Areas are USDA Eligible? 

Nevada USDA PropertyEligibility Map

Nevada USDA Eligibility Map