Find USDA Eligible Properties in Tulare County

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There are 1,289 USDA backed residential loans in Tulare county with an average loan balance of $139,610. Over 95% of the loans helped first time home buyers. Borrowers were an average age of 38 years old. The typical appraised home value was around $142,942. On average the rural home size purchased with this loan was approximately 1,462 SqFt. Tulare 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 Tulare County is roughly 12,536 square kilometers. USDA defined regions of rural loan ineligibility in Tulare cover 299 square kilometers of the county. Approximately 2.4% of Tulare County is ineligible for traditional USDA home loans. The influence score for Tulare County is 2. 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 Tulare County, CA   Tulare QR code
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Advance   •   *Allensworth   •   *Alpaugh   •   Ambler   •   Angiola   •   Antes   •   Auckland   •   Badger   •   Balance Rock   •   Blanco   •   Burr   •   Cabin Cove   •   Calgro   •   *California Hot Springs   •   Cameron Creek Colony   •   Camp Nelson   •   Cedar Slope   •   Citro   •   Cotton Center   •   *Cutler   •   Deer Creek Colony   •   *Delft Colony   •   *Dinuba   •   *Ducor   •   *Earlimart   •   East Farmersville   •   *East Orosi   •   East Porterville   •   *East Tulare Villa   •   El Mirador   •   *El Rancho   •   Elderwood   •   Elmco   •   Enson   •   *Exeter   •   Fane   •   *Farmersville   •   Fayette   •   Fountain Springs   •   Gillete   •   Goodale   •   *Goshen   •   Guernsey Mill   •   Hammond   •   Hartland   •   Higby   •   Hillmaid   •   Idlewild   •   *Ivanhoe   •   Ivory   •   Johnsondale   •   Jovista   •   Kaweah   •   *Kennedy Meadows   •   *Lemon Cove   •   *Lindcove   •   *Lindsay   •   *Linnell Camp   •   Lisko   •   List   •   Lois   •   Loma   •   *London   •   Lort   •   Lucca   •   Lumer   •   Magnolia   •   Matchin   •   *Matheny   •   *McClenney Tract   •   Merryman   •   Midvalley   •   Milo   •   Mineral King   •   Mirador   •   *Monson   •   Nanceville   •   Naranjo   •   North Dinuba   •   Octol   •   *Orosi   •   Orris   •   Paige   •   *Panorama Heights   •   *Patterson Tract   •   Peral   •   Pierpoint   •   *Pine Flat   •   Pinewood   •   *Pixley   •   *Plainview   •   Plano   •   Pleasant View   •   Ponca   •   Ponderosa   •   Poplar   •   *PoplarCotton Center   •   Porterville   •   *Posey   •   *Poso Park   •   Potwisha   •   Quail   •   Quaker Meadow   •   Radnor   •   Rayo   •   Rector   •   Redbanks   •   Redwood Corral   •   *Richgrove   •   Roads End   •   Rocky Hill   •   *Rodriguez Camp   •   Saint Johns   •   Sequoia   •   Sequoia Crest   •   *Seville   •   Sierra Glen   •   Sierra Heights   •   Silver City   •   Smith Mill   •   Spear Creek Summer Home Tract   •   *Springville   •   Stoil   •   Stout   •   *Strathmore   •   Sugarloaf Mountain Park   •   Sugarloaf Saw Mill   •   *Sugarloaf Village   •   *Sultana   •   Sunland   •   Swall   •   Tagus   •   Taurusa   •   *Terra Bella   •   *Teviston   •   *Three Rivers   •   *Tipton   •   Tokay   •   *Tonyville   •   *Tooleville   •   Toolville   •   *Traver   •   Trocha   •   Tulare   •   Twin Buttes   •   Ultra   •   Vance   •   Venida   •   Vestal   •   Visalia   •   *Waukena   •   *West Goshen   •   West Venida   •   White River   •   White River Summer Home Tract   •   Wilsonia   •   Wimp   •   *Woodlake   •   *Woodville   •   Worth   •   Wyeth   •   *Yettem   •   Yokohl   •   Zante

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 Tulare County.

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Tulare County, California
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Tulare County, located in the great state of California, has a rich history dating back thousands of years. It is situated in the Central Valley, an agricultural heartland that helps feed the nation. The original inhabitants of the area were the Yokuts people, who created a vibrant and diverse culture closely tied to the land and nature.

The first Europeans to explore the region were Spanish, arriving in the 18th century for settlement and mission expansion. Tulare County, however, was officially formed on April 20, 1852, as part of the vast territory captured from Mexico in the Mexican-American War. Originally, parts of Tulare County were included in Mariposa County; however, the area was later divided, giving rise to several new counties such as Fresno, Kings, and Kern.

A significant development in the county's history was the completion of the Southern Pacific Railroad in the 1870s, connecting Tulare County to the wider California economy. This development allowed the booming agriculture, cattle ranching, and dairy industries to thrive in the region.

Today, Tulare County remains dedicated to agriculture and is known for its incredible production of dairy, grapes, citrus, and olives. In fact, according to the 2017 Census of Agriculture, Tulare County ranked as the nation's top milk-producing county.

A fun fact about the region is the location of Sequoia National Park within its boundaries, which is home to the world's largest tree by volume, the General Sherman Tree. The giant sequoia tree is estimated to be around 2,200 years old and stands 275 feet tall, boasting a massive trunk with a circumference of 102 feet at its base. This natural wonder attracts thousands of visitors every year and serves as a symbol of the immense ecological beauty found within Tulare County, California.

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California Hot Springs, CA

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445 Cypress St N
Woodlake, CA

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48964 Stagecoach Dr
Badger, CA

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20611 Road 248
Lindsay, CA

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