Find USDA Eligible Properties in Plymouth County


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There are 1,031 USDA backed residential loans in Plymouth county with an average loan balance of $225,335. Over 83% of the loans helped first time home buyers. Borrowers were an average age of 38 years old. The typical appraised home value was around $229,628. On average the rural home size purchased with this loan was approximately 1,299 SqFt. Alternate income limits exist to determine loan eligibility in Plymouth county. For a household of upto 4 people the income limit is $154,900. For a household of between 5 and 8 people the income limit increases to $204,450.

The size of Plymouth County is roughly 1,827 square kilometers. USDA defined regions of rural loan ineligibility in Plymouth cover 692 square kilometers of the county. Approximately 37.9% of Plymouth County is ineligible for traditional USDA home loans. The influence score for Plymouth County is 1. Look below for the interactive county level map illustration below for more details.


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Abington   •   Accord   •   Allerton   •   Alms House   •   Antassawamock   •   Ashdod   •   Assinippi   •   Atlantic   •   Auburnville   •   Bayside   •   Bayside Beach   •   Beach Park   •   Brant Rock   •   Breezy Hill   •   Briarwood Beach   •   *Bridgewater   •   Brockton   •   Brooks Place   •   Bryantville   •   Buena Vista Shores   •   Burrage   •   Cachalot Scout Reservation   •   Camp Avoda   •   Camp Chappa Challa   •   Camp Mishannock   •   Camp Norse   •   Camp Ousamequin   •   Camp Rockne   •   Camp Snipatuit   •   Camp Squanto   •   Camp Titicut   •   Camp Wampatuck   •   Camp Yomechas   •   Cannonville   •   *Carver   •   Cedar Bushes   •   Cedarville   •   Cedarville Landing   •   Chiltonville   •   Churchill Landing   •   Churchill Shores   •   City of Bridgewater Town   •   Cochesett   •   Cole Mill   •   Cordage   •   Crescent Beach   •   Crow Point   •   Curtis Crossing   •   *Duxbury   •   *East Bridgewater   •   East Carver   •   East Marion   •   East Pembroke   •   East Wareham   •   Eastland Heights   •   Eastville   •   Eddyville   •   Egypt   •   Ellisville   •   Elm Square   •   Elmwood   •   Elmwood Station   •   Ferry Hill   •   Fieldston   •   Finnville   •   Fireworks   •   First Cliff   •   Fishermans Landing   •   Fort Andrews   •   Fort Duvall   •   Fort Hill   •   Fort Revere   •   Fort Standish   •   Fourth Cliff   •   Fuller Shores   •   Gibbs Grove   •   Golden Ring Camp   •   Green Harbor   •   Green HarborCedar Crest   •   Greenbush   •   Halfway Pond   •   *Halifax   •   Hamilton Beach   •   Hanover   •   Hanover Center   •   *Hanson   •   Harbor Beach   •   Harlows Landing   •   Hatherly   •   Hatherly Beach   •   Hemlocks   •   Hilltop Acres   •   Hingham   •   Hingham Center   •   Holly Woods   •   Howlands   •   Huckleberry Shores   •   Hull   •   Humarock   •   Indian Shore   •   Island Creek   •   Kenberma   •   Kent Park   •   Kings Landing   •   *Kingston   •   Kingston Shores   •   Lakeview Heights   •   *Lakeville   •   Liberty Plain   •   Little Bridge   •   Mann Hill Beach   •   Manomet   •   Manomet Beach   •   Manomet Bluffs   •   Manomet Heights   •   *Marion   •   *Marion Center   •   Marshfield   •   Marshfield Center   •   Marshfield Hills   •   Matfield   •   *Mattapoisett   •   *Mattapoisett Center   •   Mayflower Grove   •   Mercer Square   •   *Middleborough   •   *Middleborough Center   •   Millbrook   •   Minot   •   Miramar   •   Monponsett   •   Namasket Village   •   Nameloc Heights   •   Nantasket Beach   •   Nelsons Grove   •   Nelsons Shores   •   Nemasket   •   North Abington   •   North Carver   •   North Duxbury   •   North Hanover   •   North Hanson   •   *North Lakeville   •   North Marshfield   •   North Middleboro   •   *North Pembroke   •   North Plymouth   •   North Plympton   •   North Rochester   •   North Scituate   •   Northville   •   Northwest Duxbury   •   Norwell   •   Oakland Square   •   Ocean Bluff   •   Ocean BluffBrant Rock   •   Old Mouth North River   •   Old Oaken Bucket Homestead   •   Oldham Pines   •   Oldham Village   •   *Onset   •   Paper Mill Village   •   Parkwood Beach   •   Pemberton   •   *Pembroke   •   Pine Bluffs   •   Pinehurst Beach   •   Piney Point Beach   •   Plymouth   •   *Plympton   •   Point Independence   •   Precinct   •   Priscilla Beach   •   Prospect Hill   •   Rexhame   •   Rivermoor   •   *Rochester   •   Rock   •   Rockland   •   Rocky Nook   •   Rocky Nook Park   •   Rocky Nook Point   •   Rye Hill   •   Schoosett   •   Scituate   •   Scituate Station   •   Scotland   •   Sea View   •   Second Cliff   •   Shell Beach   •   South Bridgewater   •   South Carver   •   *South Duxbury   •   South Halifax   •   South Hanover   •   South Hingham   •   South Middleboro   •   South Pond   •   South Wareham   •   Southfield   •   Standish   •   Stanley   •   Staples Shore   •   Stony Beach   •   Straits Pond   •   Sturtevant Mill   •   Swifts Beach   •   Tarkiln   •   The Green   •   The Pinehills   •   Third Cliff   •   Thomastown   •   Tihonet   •   Tinkertown   •   Tinkhamtown   •   Town Hall   •   Tuttleville   •   Vallersville   •   *Wareham   •   *Wareham Center   •   Warrentown   •   Waveland   •   Wayside   •   West Abington   •   *West Bridgewater   •   West Duxbury   •   West Hanover   •   West Hingham   •   West Meadow   •   *West Wareham   •   Westdale   •   *Weweantic   •   White Horse Beach   •   *White Island Shores   •   Whitman   •   Windemere   •   Winslows Crossing   •   Wolf Lake

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 Plymouth County.

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Plymouth County, Massachusetts
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Plymouth County, located in the southeastern part of Massachusetts, was officially created on June 2, 1685, and has a rich and significant history that dates back to the early beginnings of America. It was named after the historic town of Plymouth, founded in 1620 by the Pilgrims, who arrived on the Mayflower seeking religious freedom. This event marked the beginning of European settlement in New England.

Plymouth County played a crucial role in the formation of the United States during the colonial period. Some of the earliest and most notable events include the First Thanksgiving, which took place in 1621 with Pilgrims and Wampanoag Native Americans celebrating a successful harvest together.

Throughout the years, Plymouth County has been known for various industries including fishing, agriculture, shipbuilding, and early manufacturing. It continued to grow and develop as a thriving, active region with several towns and cities contributing to its economy, culture, and politics.

One fun fact about Plymouth County is that it houses "Myles Standish State Forest," the largest publicly owned recreation area in the state of Massachusetts. The forest, named after the military leader of Plymouth Colony, Myles Standish, consists of 26 square miles of pine barrens, ponds, and camping sites. This park provides tourists and locals alike with a variety of outdoor recreational activities such as hiking, fishing, birdwatching, and stargazing throughout the year.


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Featured Properties from USDA Loan Eligible Regions of Plymouth County
6 Agawam Dr
Wareham, MA

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111 Pearl St
Middleboro, MA

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391 Franklin St Unit 4
Hanson, MA

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8 Liberty Rd Unit 8
Bridgewater, MA

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