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There are 286 USDA backed residential loans in San Diego county with an average loan balance of $265,999. Over 87% of the loans helped first time home buyers. Borrowers were an average age of 42 years old. The typical appraised home value was around $267,211. On average the rural home size purchased with this loan was approximately 1,537 SqFt. Alternate income limits exist to determine loan eligibility in San Diego county. For a household of upto 4 people the income limit is $130,650. For a household of between 5 and 8 people the income limit increases to $172,450.

The size of San Diego County is roughly 11,039 square kilometers. USDA defined regions of rural loan ineligibility in San Diego cover 2,479 square kilometers of the county. Approximately 22.5% of San Diego County is ineligible for traditional USDA home loans. The influence score for San Diego County is 1. Look below for the interactive county level map illustration below for more details.

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Agra   •   *Alpine   •   Alpine Heights   •   Azure Vista   •   Bankhead Springs   •   Banner   •   Barona   •   Boal   •   Bonita   •   *Bonsall   •   Borrego   •   *Borrego Springs   •   Bostonia   •   Boulder Oaks   •   *Boulevard   •   Calavo Gardens   •   Calexico Lodge   •   *Camp Pendleton North   •   Camp Pendleton South   •   *Campo   •   Canyon City   •   Carlsbad   •   Carlton Hills   •   Casa de Oro   •   Casa de OroMount Helix   •   Chappo   •   Chula Vista   •   Clover Flat   •   Cockatoo Grove   •   Coronado   •   Crest   •   De Luz   •   Del Dios   •   Del Mar   •   Del Mar Heights   •   *Descanso   •   Desert Lodge   •   Dos Cabezas   •   Dulzura   •   Eagles Nest   •   Easter Cross   •   Eden Gardens   •   El Cajon   •   Elvira   •   Encinitas   •   Engineer Springs   •   Escondido   •   Eucalyptus Hills   •   Fairbanks Ranch   •   *Fallbrook   •   Farr   •   Fernbrook   •   Fleetridge   •   Flinn Springs   •   Foster   •   Glenview   •   Granite Hills   •   Grossmont   •   Guatay   •   Hacienda del Florasol   •   Harbison Canyon   •   Harbor Side   •   Harmony Grove   •   Harrison Park   •   Hellhole Palms   •   *Hidden Meadows   •   Hillsdale   •   Holcomb Village   •   Homelands   •   Hulburd Grove   •   Imperial Beach   •   Irvings Crest   •   *Jacumba   •   Jamacha   •   Jamul   •   Jesmond Dene   •   Jofegan   •   Johnstown   •   *Julian   •   KentwoodInThePines   •   La Cresta   •   La Jolla Amago   •   La Mesa   •   La Playa   •   La Presa   •   Lake San Marcos   •   Lakeside   •   Lakeside Farms   •   Lemon Grove   •   Lilac   •   Lincoln Acres   •   Live Oak Springs   •   Los Terrenitos   •   Los Tules   •   Lynwood Hills   •   Manzanita   •   Mesa Grande   •   Mesquite Oasis   •   Mira Mesa   •   Morena   •   Morena Village   •   Mortero Palms   •   Mount Laguna   •   National City   •   North Clairemont   •   North Jamul   •   Oak Grove   •   Oceanside   •   Ocotillo Wells   •   Old Town San Diego   •   Olivenhain   •   Overlook   •   *Pala   •   Pala Mesa   •   Palm Grove   •   Palomar Mountain   •   Pauma Valley   •   *Pine Valley   •   *Potrero   •   Poway   •   *Rainbow   •   *Ramona   •   Ranchita   •   Rancho Del Campo   •   Rancho San Diego   •   Rancho Santa Fe   •   Rincon   •   Riverview Farms   •   San Diego   •   *San Diego Country Estates   •   San Ignacio   •   San Luis Rey   •   San Luis Rey Heights   •   San Marcos   •   San Onofre   •   Santa Ysabel   •   Santee   •   Shady Dell   •   Solana Beach   •   South Oceanside   •   South Park   •   South San Diego   •   Spring Valley   •   Stuart   •   Suncrest   •   Sunset Cliffs   •   Tecate   •   Tierra del Sol   •   Titus   •   University Heights   •   *Valley Center   •   Vista   •   Warner Springs   •   Winter Gardens   •   Winterwarm   •   Wynola

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 San Diego County.

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San Diego County, located in the southwestern corner of California, has a rich and diverse history. The region was first inhabited by various Native American tribes, including the Kumeyaay, Lusieno, and Cahuilla, who had lived there for thousands of years. In 1542, a Portuguese explorer named Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo became the first European to arrive in the area, which he claimed for Spain and named San Miguel.

However, it was not until 1769 that the region saw significant European settlement. That year, a Franciscan friar named Junpero Serra founded the Mission San Diego de Alcal, the first of 21 missions established by the Spanish in present-day California. The mission system aimed to convert the Native Americans to Christianity and was influential in shaping the cultural landscape of the area.

Following Mexico's independence from Spain in 1821, San Diego became part of Mexico, and the mission system began to decline. The Mexican government secularized the missions and granted vast tracts of land to private citizens, forming the basis of the Rancho system.

In 1848, the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo ended the Mexican-American War, and San Diego County became part of the United States. California was admitted to the Union as the 31st state in 1850. During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, San Diego experienced significant growth, driven in part by the arrival of several railroad lines and the establishment of military bases.

Today, San Diego County is known for its beautiful beaches, vibrant cultural scene, and numerous tourist attractions, including world-famous destinations like the San Diego Zoo, Balboa Park, and the USS Midway Museum.

Fun Fact: San Diego County is home to the largest concentration of military personnel and facilities in the United States, including the Naval Base San Diego, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, and Marine Corps Air Station Miramar. The area has earned the nickname "America's Finest City" due to its beautiful climate, natural attractions, and cultural vibrancy.

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