Most counties within California have a 2019 conforming loan limit of $484,350.
California conforming loan limits have been increased for 2019. Federal housing officials announced this change on November 27, 2018. The table below has been fully updated to include the revised (increased) limits for all counties.
Most counties within California have a 2019 conforming loan limit of $484,350, for a single-family home. Higher-priced areas, like those in the San Francisco Bay Area, have conventional limits of up to $726,525 due to higher home values. Other counties fall somewhere in between these “floor” and “ceiling” amounts. See the table below for 2019 conforming loan limits in all California counties. (LoanLimits.org)