Find USDA Eligible Properties in Camden County


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There are 180 USDA backed residential loans in Camden county with an average loan balance of $153,120. Over 81% of the loans helped first time home buyers. Borrowers were an average age of 36 years old. The typical appraised home value was around $164,371. On average the rural home size purchased with this loan was approximately 1,655 SqFt. Alternate income limits exist to determine loan eligibility in Camden county. For a household of upto 4 people the income limit is $103,650. For a household of between 5 and 8 people the income limit increases to $136,800.

The size of Camden County is roughly 588 square kilometers. USDA defined regions of rural loan ineligibility in Camden cover 489 square kilometers of the county. Approximately 83.3% of Camden County is ineligible for traditional USDA home loans. The influence score for Camden County is 1. Look below for the interactive county level map illustration below for more details.


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Ablett Village   •   Albion   •   Alluvium   •   Ancora   •   Andrews   •   Ashland   •   Atco   •   Audubon   •   Audubon Park   •   Barclay   •   Barrington   •   Bates Mill   •   Bellmawr   •   Berlin   •   Bishop Wood   •   Bishops   •   Blackwood   •   Blenheim   •   Blue Anchor   •   Bon Air   •   Braddock   •   Brooklawn   •   Brownsville   •   Camden   •   Candlewyck   •   Cedar Brook   •   Charleston East   •   Cherry Downs   •   Cherry Hill   •   Cherry Hill Estates   •   Cherry Hill Mall   •   Cherry Valley   •   Cherrywood   •   *Chesilhurst   •   Clementon   •   Clements Bridge   •   Colestown   •   Collingswood   •   Columbia Lakes   •   Colwick   •   Davisville   •   Deer Park   •   Deerwoods   •   Delair   •   Delaware Gardens   •   Dicktown   •   Downs Farms   •   Dunbarton   •   East Berlin   •   East Pennsauken   •   Echelon   •   Ellisburg   •   Elm   •   Erial   •   Erlton   •   Fox Hollow Woods   •   Gibbsboro   •   Glendale   •   Glendora   •   Gloucester   •   Gloucester City   •   Golden Triangle   •   Greenhaven   •   Greentree   •   Grenloch   •   Haddon   •   Haddon Heights   •   Haddon Hills   •   Haddon Leigh   •   Haddon Towne   •   Haddonfield   •   Herwood   •   HiNella   •   Hickstown   •   Hilltop   •   Iron Rock   •   Ivystone Farms   •   Jordantown   •   Kingston Estates   •   Kirkwood   •   Kresson   •   Lakeland   •   Lambs Terrace   •   Laurel Springs   •   Lawnside   •   Lindenwold   •   Locust Grove   •   Locustwood   •   Louden   •   Magnolia   •   Meadowbrook   •   Mechanicsville   •   Merchantville   •   Millbridge   •   Morgan Village   •   Morrisville   •   Mount Ephraim   •   Murphy   •   Northmont   •   Oaklyn   •   Osage   •   Parkdale   •   Penbryn   •   Pennsauken   •   Pestletown   •   Pine Hill   •   Pine Valley   •   Point of Woods   •   Revere Run   •   Runnemede   •   Sicklerville   •   Somerdale   •   Springdale   •   Stratford   •   Surrey Place   •   Tansboro   •   Tavistock   •   Terrestria   •   Tyndall Village   •   Village of Glen Oaks   •   Voorhees   •   *Waterford   •   Waterford Works   •   West Atco   •   West Berlin   •   West Collingswood   •   West Collingswood Heights   •   Westmont   •   Wexford East   •   Willowdale   •   Windsor Park   •   Winslow   •   Woodcrest   •   Woodcrest Acres   •   Woodlynne

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 Camden County.

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Camden County, New Jersey
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Camden County, located in the great state of New Jersey, has a rich history that dates back to the 17th century. It was first settled by the Dutch in the 1620s, and by the mid-1660s, the English had taken control of the region, which then became part of the Province of West Jersey. The area was mostly agricultural, with small settlements and farming communities throughout the region.

Camden County was officially established on March 13, 1844, carved out from parts of Gloucester County. Its name was derived from Charles Pratt, 1st Earl Camden, who was a strong supporter of American independence during the American Revolution. The county seat was initially set in Camden, which quickly emerged as a significant hub due to its strategic location on the Delaware River, right across from Philadelphia.

The Industrial Revolution greatly contributed to Camden County's growth, with industries such as shipbuilding, textiles, and manufacturing contributing to the economic expansion during the 19th and early 20th centuries. Alongside this industrial development, immigration further added to the county's expansion, with Irish, German, Italian, and Eastern European immigrants joining in the community.

Today, Camden County is home to a diverse population and offers various attractions, such as the Adventure Aquarium, Battleship New Jersey, and the Scottish Rite Auditorium. It encompasses 37 municipalities, including the city of Camden, Cherry Hill, and Gloucester Township.

A fun fact about Camden County is that the world's first drive-in movie theater was opened in Pennsauken, a township of Camden County, in 1933. This innovative concept was invented by Richard M. Hollingshead Jr., and it became highly popular throughout the United States in the mid-20th century.


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