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Buyers can get a little more house with a Fannie, Freddie loan next year

The new headquarters of Fannie Mae, which along with Freddie Mac raised their conforming loan limits to $484,350 in most of the country and to $726,525 in high-cost areas including seven Bay Area counties. The higher limits take effect in 2019. Thanks to a 6.9 percent increase in average […]

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