Find USDA Eligible Properties in Monmouth County

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There are 101 USDA backed residential loans in Monmouth county with an average loan balance of $236,113. Over 84% of the loans helped first time home buyers. Borrowers were an average age of 40 years old. The typical appraised home value was around $238,158. On average the rural home size purchased with this loan was approximately 1,416 SqFt. Alternate income limits exist to determine loan eligibility in Monmouth county. For a household of upto 4 people the income limit is $108,550. For a household of between 5 and 8 people the income limit increases to $143,300.

The size of Monmouth County is roughly 1,257 square kilometers. USDA defined regions of rural loan ineligibility in Monmouth cover 1,030 square kilometers of the county. Approximately 81.9% of Monmouth County is ineligible for traditional USDA home loans. The influence score for Monmouth County is 1. Look below for the interactive county level map illustration below for more details.

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Aberdeen   •   Adelphia   •   Algers Mills   •   Allaire   •   Allenhurst   •   *Allentown   •   Allenwood   •   Ardena   •   Ardmore Estates   •   Arneytown   •   Asbury Park   •   Atlantic Highlands   •   AvonbytheSea   •   Bairdsville   •   Belford   •   Belmar   •   Bergen Mills   •   Bergerville   •   Blansingburg   •   Bradevelt   •   Bradley Beach   •   Bradley Park   •   Brielle   •   Bucks Mill   •   Burlington Heights   •   Candlewood   •   Carmerville   •   Carsons Mills   •   Chapel Hill   •   Charleston Springs   •   Clarksburg   •   Cliffwood   •   Cliffwood Beach   •   Cold Indian Springs   •   Collingwood Park   •   Colts Neck   •   Cooks Mills   •   Cream Ridge   •   Deal   •   Deal Park   •   Earle   •   East Freehold   •   East Keansburg   •   Eatontown   •   Elberon Park   •   Elton   •   Ely   •   Englishtown   •   Everett   •   Fair Haven   •   Fair Play   •   Farmingdale   •   Fort Plains   •   Freehold   •   Freewood Acres   •   Georgia   •   Glendola   •   Green Grove   •   Hazlet   •   Henningers Mill   •   Highlands   •   Hilton   •   Holmdel   •   Holmeson   •   Homes Mills   •   Hornerstown   •   Howell   •   Imlaystown   •   Interlaken   •   Jerseyville   •   Keansburg   •   Keyport   •   Kirbys Mills   •   Lafayette Mills   •   Lake Club   •   Lake Como   •   Land of Pines   •   Larrabees   •   Leonardo   •   Leonardville   •   Lincroft   •   Little Silver   •   Loch Arbour   •   Locust   •   Long Branch   •   Lower Squankum   •   Macedonia   •   Manalapan   •   Manasquan   •   Manasquan Park   •   Marlboro   •   Matawan   •   Matthews   •   Maxim   •   Middletown   •   Millhurst   •   Monmouth Beach   •   Monmouth Heights at Manalapan   •   Monmouth Heights at Marlboro   •   Monmouth Hills   •   Montrose   •   Morganville   •   Navesink   •   Neptune   •   Neptune City   •   New Bedford   •   New Canton   •   New Monmouth   •   New Sharon   •   North Centerville   •   North Middletown   •   Oak Glen   •   Oak Hill   •   Oakhurst   •   Oakhurst Manor   •   Oakland Mills   •   Ocean   •   Ocean Grove   •   Oceanic   •   Oceanport   •   Orchard Estates   •   Osbornes Mills   •   Parkway Pines   •   Perrineville   •   Phalanx   •   Philips Mills   •   Pleasant Valley   •   Pleasant Valley Crossroads   •   Polhemustown   •   Port Monmouth   •   Pullentown   •   Ramtown   •   Red Bank   •   Red Hill   •   Red Valley   •   Remsen Mill   •   Robertsville   •   Robinsville   •   *Roosevelt   •   Rumson   •   Salem Hill   •   Scobeyville   •   Sea Bright   •   Sea Girt   •   Shark River Hills   •   Sharon   •   Shrewsbury   •   Siloam   •   Smithburg   •   South Belmar   •   Southard   •   Spring Lake   •   Spring Lake Heights   •   Spring Mill   •   Spring Valley   •   Squankum   •   Sterling Woods   •   Stone Church   •   Stone Tavern   •   Stonehurst East   •   Stonehurst West   •   Strathmore   •   Sweetman   •   Taylors Mills   •   Tennent   •   Tinton Falls   •   Town Brook   •   Union Beach   •   *Upper Freehold   •   Vanderburg   •   Villa Park   •   Wall   •   Walnford   •   Wanamassa   •   Waterwitch   •   Wayside   •   West Allenhurst   •   West Belmar   •   West Deal   •   West Farms   •   West Freehold   •   West Grove   •   West Long Branch   •   West Shrewsbury   •   Whittier Oaks   •   Wickatunk   •   Winston Park   •   Wrightsville   •   Wyckoff Mills   •   Yorketown

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 Monmouth County.

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Monmouth County, New Jersey
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Monmouth County is located in the central part of New Jersey, along the state's Atlantic coastline. Established on March 7, 1683, Monmouth is one of the state's oldest counties, with its name originating from the historic Welsh county of Monmouthshire.

Monmouth County has a rich and diverse history, dating back to the Native American tribes that first inhabited the region, such as the Lenape tribe. European settlements began to emerge in the late 1600s, with Dutch and English settlers arriving and establishing towns and trade centers.

Monmouth County played a significant role during the American Revolutionary War, becoming a major battleground between American and British troops. The Battle of Monmouth on June 28, 1778, was one of the largest and most important engagements of the war. In this battle, the Continental Army, under General George Washington, fought against the British Army, led by General Sir Henry Clinton. The battle resulted in a tactical draw, but it showcased the improved tactical abilities and discipline of the American soldiers following their training at Valley Forge.

In the 19th and early 20th centuries, Monmouth County became known for its prosperous agricultural industry, as well as its developing tourism infrastructure, with towns like Asbury Park emerging as popular seaside resorts.

Today, Monmouth County is known for its mix of historical attractions, beautiful beaches, and outdoor recreational opportunities. It is home to several parks, such as the Gateway National Recreation Area, as well as cultural institutions like the Monmouth County Historical Association.

Fun fact: Monmouth County has a connection to the world of entertainment. In 1973, Bruce Springsteen, the legendary American musician, released his debut album "Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J.", which featured references to various locations in Monmouth County, helping to bring attention to the region.

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