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There are 127 USDA backed residential loans in Mendocino county with an average loan balance of $204,361. Over 96% of the loans helped first time home buyers. Borrowers were an average age of 40 years old. The typical appraised home value was around $204,138. On average the rural home size purchased with this loan was approximately 1,350 SqFt. Mendocino county applies the standard USDA income limits to determine loan eligibility. For a household of upto 4 people the income limit is $90,300. For a household of between 5 and 8 people the income limit is increased to $119,200.

The size of Mendocino County is roughly 9,118 square kilometers. There are no geographical USDA loan restrictions in this county. The influence score for Mendocino County is 3. Look below for the interactive county level map illustration below for more details.

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*Albion   •   *Anchor Bay   •   Andersonia   •   Asylum   •   Bell Springs   •   *Boonville   •   Branscomb   •   *Brooktrails   •   Burbeck   •   *Calpella   •   *Caspar   •   Clare Mill   •   *Cleone   •   *Comptche   •   *Covelo   •   Crowley   •   Cummings   •   DeHaven   •   Dos Rios   •   Duncan Springs   •   El Roble   •   Farley   •   Fish Rock   •   Flumeville   •   *Fort Bragg   •   Glenblair   •   Grove   •   Gualala   •   Hales Grove   •   Hardy   •   Hearst   •   *Hopland   •   Indian Springs   •   Inglenook   •   Irmulco   •   Kenny   •   Kibesillah   •   Largo   •   Laughlin   •   *Laytonville   •   *Leggett   •   Little Penny   •   *Little River   •   Longvale   •   *Manchester   •   Melbourne   •   *Mendocino   •   Mina   •   Montgomery   •   Nashmead   •   Navarro   •   Newport   •   Northspur   •   Noyo   •   Old Hopland   •   Orrs Springs   •   Philbrick Mill   •   *Philo   •   Piercy   •   Pieta   •   *Point Arena   •   Pomo   •   *Potter Valley   •   Presswood   •   Ramsey   •   Redwood Lodge   •   *Redwood Valley   •   Reilly Heights   •   Ridge   •   Rockport   •   Rogina Heights   •   Shake City   •   South Leggett   •   Spyrock   •   *Talmage   •   Tan Oak Park   •   Tatu   •   The Forks   •   *Ukiah   •   Underwood Park   •   Westport   •   Wheeler   •   Whiskey Springs   •   Whitesboro   •   *Willits   •   Woodman   •   Yorkville

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 Mendocino County.

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Mendocino County, California
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Mendocino County is a picturesque region located in the northwestern part of California, USA. Established in 1850 as one of the original counties of California, it is named after Cape Mendocino, which was named in honor of Antonio de Mendoza, the viceroy of New Spain during the 16th century. The county has a rich history influenced by various cultures, including Native Americans, European settlers, and Chinese immigrants.

The native people that inhabited the area were the Pomo Indians, who lived in small groups across the region, primarily as hunters and gatherers. They were later joined by the Yuki and Coast Miwok tribes. The first European settlements in the region began in the early 1800s, when Russian fur traders established Fort Ross to the south of Mendocino County.

During the California Gold Rush in the mid-1800s, Mendocino County experienced a surge in population as people traveled to the region to claim land for ranching and farming. Logging also became a vital industry, with the dense redwood forests providing valuable resources for construction, and the county became home to several sawmills and lumber towns. This led to the development of a thriving economy in the region.

One interesting fun fact about Mendocino County is that it has the highest concentration of artists per capita in the United States. The natural beauty and relaxed atmosphere of the region provide a welcoming environment for artistic expression, making it a haven for painters, sculptors, musicians, and other creative professionals. It's also home to the Mendocino Art Center, which has been a hub for artists since its establishment in 1959.

Another fun fact about Mendocino County is its role in the wine industry - the region has over 90 wineries and vineyards, many of which are family-owned, and is known for producing high-quality wines, particularly Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Merlot. The county is a part of the larger North Coast wine region, which also includes Napa and Sonoma Counties, making it a popular destination for wine enthusiasts.

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Featured Properties from USDA Loan Eligible Regions of Mendocino County
33830 Albion St
Albion, CA

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166 S Harold St
Fort Bragg, CA

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60951 Bell Springs Rd
Laytonville, CA

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