Find USDA Eligible Properties in Riverside County

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There are 1,590 USDA backed residential loans in Riverside county with an average loan balance of $173,965. Over 89% of the loans helped first time home buyers. Borrowers were an average age of 41 years old. The typical appraised home value was around $177,013. On average the rural home size purchased with this loan was approximately 1,780 SqFt. Riverside 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 Riverside County is roughly 18,916 square kilometers. USDA defined regions of rural loan ineligibility in Riverside cover 2,580 square kilometers of the county. Approximately 13.6% of Riverside County is ineligible for traditional USDA home loans. The influence score for Riverside County is 1. Look below for the interactive county level map illustration below for more details.

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Start your search for USDA loan eligible properties in the cities of Riverside County, CA   Riverside QR code
* cities most likely to have USDA loan eligible properties for sale.

*Aguanga   •   Alberhill   •   *Anza   •   Arcilla   •   Arlanza   •   Arlington Station   •   Arnold Heights   •   Banning   •   *Beaumont   •   Belltown   •   Bermuda Dunes   •   Biskra Palms   •   *Blythe   •   Bonnie Bell   •   Box Springs   •   *Cabazon   •   Cactus City   •   Cahuilla   •   Cahuilla Hills   •   *Calimesa   •   Canyon Lake   •   Cathedral City   •   *Cherry Valley   •   Chiriaco Summit   •   Coachella   •   Corona   •   Coronita   •   Cox   •   Crestmore   •   Desert Beach   •   Desert Camp   •   *Desert Center   •   *Desert Edge   •   *Desert Hot Springs   •   Desert Palms   •   Desert View   •   Durmid   •   East Hemet   •   Eastvale   •   Eden Hot Springs   •   Edom   •   Egan   •   El Casco   •   El Sobrante   •   Ellis   •   Ennis   •   Fern Valley   •   Ferrum   •   French Valley   •   *Garnet   •   Gilman Hot Springs   •   Glen Avon   •   Glen Valley   •   *Good Hope   •   *Green Acres   •   Hayfield   •   Hemet   •   Hidden Palms   •   Highgrove   •   Hinda   •   Home Gardens   •   *Homeland   •   Idyllwild   •   *IdyllwildPine Cove   •   Inca   •   Indian Wells   •   Indio   •   *Indio Hills   •   Juniper Springs   •   Jurupa Valley   •   La Quinta   •   Lake Elsinore   •   *Lake Mathews   •   *Lake Riverside   •   Lake Tamarisk   •   Lakeland Village   •   *Lakeview   •   Lakeview Hot Springs   •   Lemona   •   Macomber Palms   •   March ARB   •   March Field   •   May   •   *Mead Valley   •   Meadowbrook   •   *Mecca   •   Menifee   •   *Mesa Verde   •   Mesaville   •   Midland   •   Mira Loma   •   Mons   •   Moreno   •   Moreno Valley   •   *Moskowite Corner   •   *Mountain Center   •   Murrieta   •   Nicklin   •   Norco   •   North Elsinore   •   North Palm Springs   •   *North Shore   •   *Nuevo   •   *Oasis   •   One Hundred Palms   •   Ordway   •   Ormand   •   Owl   •   Pachappa   •   Palm Desert   •   Palm Springs   •   Pedley   •   Perris   •   Pine Cove   •   Pine Wood   •   Pinto Wye   •   Pinyon Crest   •   Pinyon Pines   •   Porphyry   •   Pushawalla Palms   •   Radec   •   Ramona Bowl   •   Rancho Dos Palmas   •   Rancho Mirage   •   Ribbonwood   •   Rimlon   •   *Ripley   •   Riverside   •   *Romoland   •   Rubidoux   •   Sage   •   Salton   •   Salvia   •   San Jacinto   •   Sandy Korner   •   *Sky Valley   •   Snow Creek   •   Soboba Hot Springs   •   Styx   •   Taylor   •   Temecula   •   *Temescal Valley   •   Terra Cotta   •   *Thermal   •   Thomas Mountain   •   *Thousand Palms   •   Valerie   •   Valle Vista   •   *Vista Santa Rosa   •   *Warm Springs   •   Weisel   •   West March   •   *Whitewater   •   Wildomar   •   Willis Palms   •   *Winchester   •   Woodcrest

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 Riverside County.

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Riverside County, California
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Riverside County, located in the southern part of California, was formed on May 9, 1893, after being partitioned from San Bernardino County and San Diego County. Covering an area of 7,303 square miles, Riverside County is the 4th largest of California's 58 counties. The county is named after the city of Riverside, which sits on the banks of the Santa Ana River.

The region was first inhabited by Native American tribes, such as the Cahuilla, Serrano, and Chemehuevi, who relied on the rivers, lakes, and fertile soil to support their communities for thousands of years. The Spanish arrived in the late 18th century and established the nearby San Gabriel Mission in 1771. After Mexico won independence from Spain in 1821, Mexican land grants were given to local residents, creating large ranches and agricultural centers.

In 1850, California became part of the United States, and Riverside County was eventually established in 1893. The late 19th century saw an economic boom, largely because of the introduction of navel orange trees by Eliza Tibbets in 1873. Riverside quickly became the epicenter of the citrus industry in Southern California, drawing more people to the area.

Growth continued with the creation of the University of California, Riverside in 1954, and the arrival of numerous aerospace and military industries during the Cold War era. Today, Riverside County comprises a diverse population and provides opportunities in various industries, including agriculture, manufacturing, and technology.

Fun Fact: Riverside County is home to the famous Coachella Valley, which hosts the annual Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. The festival attracts thousands of visitors from around the world and features performances by top international artists.

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San Jacinto, CA

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Desert Hot Springs, CA

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52035 Ida Ave
Cabazon, CA

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Reisling Way
Mountain Center, CA

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