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There are 209 USDA backed residential loans in Middlesex county with an average loan balance of $223,540. Over 88% of the loans helped first time home buyers. Borrowers were an average age of 37 years old. The typical appraised home value was around $223,920. On average the rural home size purchased with this loan was approximately 1,396 SqFt. Middlesex 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 Middlesex County is roughly 2,194 square kilometers. USDA defined regions of rural loan ineligibility in Middlesex cover 1,272 square kilometers of the county. Approximately 58.0% of Middlesex County is ineligible for traditional USDA home loans. The influence score for Middlesex County is 1. Look below for the interactive county level map illustration below for more details.

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Acton   •   Arlington   •   Arlington Heights   •   *Ashby   •   Ashland   •   *Ayer   •   Ayres City   •   Babbatasset Village   •   Baker Bridge   •   Beaver Brook Station   •   Bedford   •   Bedford Springs   •   Belmont   •   Bemis   •   Billerica   •   Boxboro Station   •   *Boxborough   •   Braggville   •   Braggville Station   •   Brattle   •   Brookside Station   •   Burlington   •   Burtts Crossing   •   Cambridge   •   Camp Bob White   •   Camp Cabot   •   Camp Cielo Celeste   •   Camp Immaculate Heart   •   Camp Kiwanis   •   Camp Mary Day   •   Camp Massapoag   •   Camp Nashoba   •   Camp Ted   •   Camp Wakitatina   •   *Carlisle   •   Carlisle Station   •   Cedarwood   •   Chelmsford   •   Clematis Brook Station   •   Coburnville   •   Cochituate   •   Collinsville   •   Concord   •   Countryside   •   Cummingsville   •   Dracut   •   *Dunstable   •   East Acton   •   East Arlington   •   East Billerica   •   East Groton   •   East Holliston   •   East Lexington   •   East Littleton   •   East Natick   •   *East Pepperell   •   East Sudbury Station   •   East Watertown   •   Eliot   •   Everett   •   Farm Hill   •   Felchville   •   Follen Heights   •   Forge Village   •   Framingham   •   Framingham Center   •   Gleasondale   •   Gleasondale Station   •   Graniteville   •   Greenwood   •   *Groton   •   Hanscom AFB   •   Havenville   •   Hayden Row   •   Hendersonville   •   *Holliston   •   *Hopkinton   •   Hudson   •   Kendal Green   •   Kenwood   •   Lake Forest Park   •   Lexington   •   Lincoln   •   Lindenwood   •   *Littleton   •   *Littleton Common   •   Lokerville   •   Long Pond Park   •   Lowell   •   Lower Village   •   Malden   •   Marlborough   •   Maynard   •   Medford   •   Melrose   •   Metcalf   •   Mishawum   •   Montrose   •   Mount Auburn   •   Munroe Station   •   Nabnasset   •   Natick   •   Newton   •   Nobscot   •   North Acton   •   North Billerica   •   North Chelmsford   •   North Lexington   •   North Natick   •   North Pepperell   •   North Reading   •   North Shirley   •   North Sudbury   •   North Tewksbury   •   North Wilmington   •   Nutting Lake   •   Oak Hill Park   •   Old Cambridge   •   Old City   •   Parkerville   •   Pattenville   •   Payson Park   •   *Pepperell   •   Pine Lake   •   Pine Rest   •   Pinehurst   •   Pingryville   •   Prospectville   •   Reading   •   Reading Highlands   •   Rio Vista   •   River Pines   •   Robin Hill   •   Saxonville   •   Shakerhill   •   *Sherborn   •   *Shirley   •   Shirley Center   •   Silver Hill   •   Silver Lake   •   Somerville   •   South Acton   •   South Billerica   •   South Chelmsford   •   South Lincoln   •   South Lowell   •   South Natick   •   South Row   •   South Sherborn   •   South Village   •   Spring Hill   •   Stoneham   •   *Stow   •   *Sudbury   •   Tewksbury   •   The Pines   •   Thompsonville   •   Tower Hill   •   *Townsend   •   Townsend Harbor   •   Tyngsboro   •   *Tyngsborough   •   Varnumtown   •   Vose   •   Wakefield   •   Waltham   •   Wamesit   •   Watertown Town   •   Waverley   •   Wayland   •   Wedgemere   •   West Acton   •   West Bedford   •   West Chelmsford   •   West Concord   •   West Groton   •   West Natick   •   West Townsend   •   West Village   •   *Westford   •   Westford Station   •   Westlands   •   Weston   •   Weston Station   •   Whitneys   •   Willowdale   •   Willows   •   Wilmington   •   Winchester   •   Winchester Highlands   •   Winnmere   •   Woburn   •   Woodville   •   Workmans Circle Camp

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 Middlesex County.

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Middlesex County, Massachusetts
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Middlesex County, situated in the state of Massachusetts, has a rich historical background dating back to its establishment in 1643. It is the second-most populous county in the New England region and is part of the Greater Boston metropolitan area. Middlesex County played a significant role in the early colonial history of the United States and was a key location during the American Revolutionary War.

The county was named after a historic English county of the same name, Middlesex, and initially comprised primarily of farmland and small communities. Several key events in the American Revolution took place in Middlesex County, most notably the Battles of Lexington and Concord, which marked the beginning of hostilities between the American colonists and the British in 1775.

In the 19th and early 20th centuries, Middlesex County witnessed rapid industrialization, becoming a major center for manufacturing, trade, and innovation. The cities of Lowell and Waltham led the way for the region, with Lowell becoming one of the first planned industrial cities in the United States.

Today, Middlesex County is known for its high concentration of educational institutions, including renowned colleges and universities such as Harvard University, MIT, and Tufts University. The area is also home to numerous technology companies and research centers, making it a hotspot for development and innovation.

Fun fact: Middlesex County boasts the Minuteman National Historical Park, which preserves sites associated with the American Revolution's opening battles, such as the Old North Bridge where the famous "shot heard round the world" occurred, signaling the birth of the American Revolution.

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52 Mildred St
Dracut, MA

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21 Kays Walk Unit 21
Carlisle, MA

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126 Beaver St Apt 22
Framingham, MA

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3 School St
Dunstable, MA

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