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hello My husband was approved for a FHA loan for 149,900 in PA. Will that also cover Md.homes?

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 Contacted the lender and he is licensed so it is good.   Thank you so much
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July 09 2010
FHA limitations on loan amounts vary by county, so you may run into that, but probably not with that loan amount.

Like Nichole said, the lender may not be licensed outside of PA, so you may need to shop around again.  We are a national lender, so we could help you if you needed to find other quotes.

Thanks!

Geoffrey Boyd
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The preapproval type and amount should not matter on a state by state basis as most preapprovals are based on credit score and debt-to-income ratios - but if the lender he was preapproved through is only licensed in PA and you want to buy in MD, he may need to be approved through another lender. 

The best place to get your answer is by asking the lender he has been preapproved through!
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