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Conforming (also called Conventional) loan limits for all but one Connecticut (CT) counties went up for 2020 to $510,400.

See below the list of all counties in Connecticut with 2020 loan limits for 1, 2, 3, and 4 Unit properties.

FAIRFIELD COUNTY 

• 1 Unit – $601,450
• 2 Unit – $769,950
• 3 Unit – $930,700
• 4 Unit – $1,156,650

HARTFORD COUNTY

• 1 Unit – $510,400
• 2 Unit – $653,550
• 3 Unit – $789,950
• 4 Unit – $981,700

LITCHFIELD COUNTY

• 1 Unit – $510,400
• 2 Unit – $653,550
• 3 Unit – $789,950
• 4 Unit – $981,700

MIDDLESEX COUNTY

• 1 Unit – $510,400
• 2 Unit – $653,550
• 3 Unit – $789,950
• 4 Unit – $981,700

NEW HAVEN COUNTY

• 1 Unit – $510,400
• 2 Unit – $653,550
• 3 Unit – $789,950
• 4 Unit – $981,700

NEW LONDON COUNTY

• 1 Unit – $510,400
• 2 Unit – $653,550
• 3 Unit – $789,950
• 4 Unit – $981,700

TOLLAND COUNTY

• 1 Unit – $510,400
• 2 Unit – $653,550
• 3 Unit – $789,950
• 4 Unit – $981,700

WINDHAM COUNTY

• 1 Unit – $510,400
• 2 Unit – $653,550
• 3 Unit – $789,950
• 4 Unit – $981,700