Find USDA Eligible Properties in Shelby County


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Looking to buy in Shelby County, Alabama?


A USDA loan is a mortgage option available to eligible homebuyers that is sponsored by the United States Department of Agriculture to promote homeownership in rural communities. USDA Loans, sometimes called "RD Loans," offer 100% financing options on eligible rural properties. USDAProperties can help you find USDA properties in Shelby County.

List of cities in Shelby County, AL
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Abbot Springs   •   Acton   •   Aden   •   Alabaster   •   Aldrich   •   Almont   •   Anita   •   Bamford   •   Boothton   •   *Brantleyville   •   Brook Highland   •   Cahaba River Estates   •   Calcis   •   *Calera   •   Camp Horne   •   Chancellor Crossroads   •   *Chelsea   •   Coalmont   •   *Columbiana   •   Creswell   •   Dargin   •   Deerhurst   •   Dogwood   •   *Dunnavant   •   East Saginaw   •   Elliotsville   •   Elvira   •   Erratta   •   Falliston   •   Fourmile   •   Gallups Crossroads   •   Glen Carbon   •   Gurnee   •   Hardy   •   *Harpersville   •   Helena   •   Highland Lakes   •   Indian Springs Village   •   Kewahatchie   •   Kingdom Crossroads   •   Klein   •   Lake Purdy   •   Lawley   •   Maylene   •   Meadowbrook   •   *Montevallo   •   Mossboro   •   Mostellers   •   Old Maylene   •   Ozan   •   Paramount   •   Pasqua   •   Pelham   •   Roberta   •   Roebuck   •   Ryan   •   Saginaw   •   Scottrock   •   *Shelby   •   Shelby Shores   •   Shelby Springs   •   *Shoal Creek   •   Simmsville   •   South Calera   •   Stems   •   *Sterrett   •   Straven   •   Superior   •   Tacoa   •   Tulse   •   Turner   •   *Vandiver   •   Varnons   •   Verlie   •   *Vincent   •   Watkins   •   *Westover   •   *Wilsonville   •   *Wilton   •   Winburn


Interested in the geographic boundaries that define USDA Loan eligibility?
View the USDA boundaries for Shelby County, Alabama.