Find USDA Eligible Properties in Franklin County

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There are 435 USDA backed residential loans in Franklin county with an average loan balance of $161,904. Over 84% of the loans helped first time home buyers. Borrowers were an average age of 38 years old. The typical appraised home value was around $164,570. On average the rural home size purchased with this loan was approximately 1,362 SqFt. Alternate income limits exist to determine loan eligibility in Franklin county. For a household of upto 4 people the income limit is $111,100. For a household of between 5 and 8 people the income limit increases to $146,650.

The size of Franklin County is roughly 1,876 square kilometers. There are no geographical USDA loan restrictions in this county. The influence score for Franklin County is 5. Look below for the interactive county level map illustration below for more details.

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Adamsville   •   *Ashfield   •   Baconville   •   Bardwell   •   Beldingville   •   *Bernardston   •   Blissville   •   *Buckland   •   Burkville   •   Camp Rowe   •   Camp Warwick   •   *Charlemont   •   Cheapside   •   *Colrain   •   *Conway   •   Cooleyville   •   *Deerfield   •   Dell   •   Dudleyville   •   East Charlemont   •   East Deerfield   •   East Leverett   •   East Northfield   •   East Northfield Station   •   East Shelburne   •   Elm Grove   •   *Erving   •   Farley   •   Foundry Village   •   *Gill   •   Gill Station   •   Greenfield   •   *Greenfield Town   •   Griswoldville   •   Hales Crossing   •   Hallockville   •   *Hawley   •   *Heath   •   Hoosac Tunnel Station   •   Lake Pleasant   •   *Leverett   •   Leverett Station   •   *Leyden   •   Locks Village   •   Lyonsville   •   *Millers Falls   •   *Monroe   •   Monroe Bridge   •   *Montague   •   Montague City   •   Montague Station   •   Morse Village   •   Mount Hermon   •   Mount Hermon Station   •   Munns Ferry   •   *New Salem   •   North Bernardston   •   North Heath   •   North Leverett   •   North New Salem   •   North Orange   •   North Prescott   •   North Sunderland   •   *Northfield   •   Northfield Farms   •   *Orange   •   Packard Heights   •   Riverside   •   Roaring Brook Camp   •   *Rowe   •   Satans Kingdom   •   Shattuckville   •   *Shelburne   •   *Shelburne Falls   •   Shirkshire   •   *Shutesbury   •   Sky Farm   •   South Ashfield   •   *South Deerfield   •   South Hawley   •   South Wendell   •   Stewartville   •   Stoneville   •   *Sunderland   •   The Patten   •   Tully   •   *Turners Falls   •   Wapping   •   *Warwick   •   Watson   •   *Wendell   •   Wendell Depot   •   West Deerfield   •   West Hawley   •   West Leyden   •   West Northfield   •   West Orange   •   West Whately   •   *Whately   •   Zoar

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 Franklin County.

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Franklin County, Massachusetts
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Franklin County is located in the northwestern part of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and is known for its rich historical background. Established on June 24, 1811, it was named in honor of American statesman and writer, Benjamin Franklin. Franklin County is one of 14 counties in Massachusetts, and its county seat is the town of Greenfield.

The region has a diverse cultural history dating back to its early Native American inhabitants, specifically the Pocumtuck and Mohawk tribes. European settlers began arriving in the area in the 17th century, and over time, the region developed as an important center for agriculture, trade, and industry.

Throughout its history, Franklin County has been home to numerous small mills and factories, particularly during the industrial revolution of the 19th century. The area was known for producing goods such as textiles, tools, and cutlery. The Connecticut River, which runs through the county, provided an essential source of power and transportation for goods.

Another significant aspect of the county's history is its role in the Revolutionary War. It was home to several towns where important events occurred during the course of the war. The county's proximity to Vermont and New Hampshire also made it a strategic location for the movement of troops and supplies between various battles in the region.

A fun fact about Franklin County is that it houses one of the longest operational suspension bridges in the United States, the Turners Falls-Gill Bridge. Built in 1877 and originally called the Riverside Bridge, it was renamed in honor of Benjamin Turner and Joshua Frost Gill who initiated the construction of the bridge. The county is also known for its picturesque landscapes and recreational opportunities, with the Mohawk Trail, a famous scenic highway, winding through the region, attracting tourists from around the country.

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Featured Properties from USDA Loan Eligible Regions of Franklin County
70 Plumtree Rd
Sunderland, MA

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17 Moore St
Erving, MA

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147 Sumner Stetson Rd
Heath, MA

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113 New Athol Rd Unit 121
Orange, MA

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