Find USDA Eligible Properties in Washington


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Are you looking to buy in a rural area of Washington?

There are 18,624 USDA backed residential loans in Washington with an average loan balance of $167,932. Over 85% of the loans went to help first time home buyers. Borrowers were an average age of 38 years old. The typical appraised home value was around $169,941. On average the rural home size purchased with this loan was approximately 1,442 square feet.

The size of Washington is roughly 184,661 square kilometers. USDA defined regions of rural loan ineligibility in Washington cover 5,282 square kilometers of the state. See the interactive geographic illustration below for more details. Only 2.86% of the state is ineligible for traditional USDA home loans.

Select from the list of counties below or use the search feature to find houses in a city where you would like to live.

Search 39 Counties of Washington   WA QR code

Adams   •   Asotin   •   Benton   •   Chelan   •   Clallam   •   Clark   •   Columbia   •   Cowlitz   •   Douglas   •   Ferry   •   Franklin   •   Garfield   •   Grant   •   Grays Harbor   •   Island   •   Jefferson   •   King   •   Kitsap   •   Kittitas   •   Klickitat   •   Lewis   •   Lincoln   •   Mason   •   Okanogan   •   Pacific   •   Pend Oreille   •   Pierce   •   San Juan   •   Skagit   •   Skamania   •   Snohomish   •   Spokane   •   Stevens   •   Thurston   •   Wahkiakum   •   Walla Walla   •   Whatcom   •   Whitman   •   Yakima


Use above links or the clickable map to view county level data.

States bordering Washington include Idaho and Oregon.

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 throughout the state of Washington.

Washington was admitted into the United States on November 11th, 1889 where the state capitol today resides in Olympia.

The official motto of Washington is “Al-ki” (sometimes spelled Alki or Al-Ki), a Chinook Jargon word meaning “by and by” or “the future.” The motto was adopted in 1889 by an act of the State Legislature and appears on the seal of the state. The word is derived from the Chinook Jargon, a trade language used by Native Americans and settlers in the Pacific Northwest. The phrase conveys a spirit of optimism, hope and faith in the future, while also honoring the history and heritage of the region.

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Interested in the geographic boundaries that define USDA Loan eligibility?
Click the map below to view for more details about rural housing in Washington and a higher resolution USDA loan eligibility boundaries.
Washington USDA loan eligibility boundaries

Updated Boundaries
Effective 2024

Washington New 2024 USDA loan eligibility boundaries
Local USDA Program Administration Contact Information
State Office
1835 Black Lake Blvd.
SW in Olympia,WA
(360) 704-7740

Western Area Housing Office, Olympia, WA has offices located in Mount Vernon & Port Angeles.
(360) 704-7760

Eastern Area Housing Office, Wenatchee, WA has offices in Spokane and Yakima
(509) 663-4019
Featured Properties from USDA Loan Eligible Regions of Washington
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14936 89th Ave SE
Yelm, WA

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1606 Miller St
Snohomish, WA

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Nw 160th
Gig Harbor, WA

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512 Rhodora Heights Rd
Lake Stevens, WA

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Rural Homes in Washington during Spring
Rural Homes in Washington during spring