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What is a jumbo loan in Oregon?
Oregon jumbo loans are home loans that exceed conforming loan limits.
Conforming loan limits are established by the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA). The FHFA establishes the legal loan limits for home loans which can be purchased by Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac; two government-sponsored companies providing liquidity, stability and affordability to the mortgage market. Jumbo loans are available for condominiums (condos), planned unit developments (PUDs), single family residences (SFRs) and 2-4 unit investment properties in Oregon. 
What is the conforming loan limit in Oregon?
$510,400.00 is the new conforming loan limit for a single-family residence in Oregon.
$653,550.00 is the two-unit loan limit, $789,950.00 is the three-unit loan limit and $981,700.00 is the four-unit loan limit for Oregon mortgage loans that can be sold to Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac. County loan limits apply to all Oregon counties as of 2020 for Baker, Benton (Corvallis & Philomath), Clackamas (Clackamas, Happy Valley, Lake Oswego & West Linn, ), Clatsop (Cannon Beach & Seaside), Columbia, Coos (Bandon & Coos Bay), Crook (Powell Butte & Prineville), Curry (Brookings, Gold Beach & Port Orford), Deschutes (Bend, Black Butte, Redmond & Sisters), Douglas (Roseburg), Gilliam, Grant (John Day), Harney, Hood River (Hood River, Mosier & Parkdale), Jackson (Ashland, Medford, Phoenix & Talent), Jefferson, Josephine (Grants Pass), Klamath (Klamath Falls), Lake, Lane (Cottage Grove, Eugene, Florence, Junction City & Springfield), Lincoln (Lincoln City, Newport, Waldport & Yachats), Linn (Albany & Corvallis), Malheur, Marion (Keizer, Salem & Woodburn), Morrow, Multnomah (Gresham, Portland & Troutdale), Polk (Monmouth, West Salem), Sherman, Tillamook (Manzanita, Pacific City & Tillamook), Umatilla (Pendleton), Union, Wallowa, Wasco (The Dalles), Washington (Beaverton, Forest Grove & Hillsboro), Wheeler, Yamhill County (Dundee, Dayton, McMinnville, Newberg, Sheridan & Yamhill).
What if I want to borrow more?
Jumbo loans provide financing options for borrowers who want to borrow more than $510,400.00.
Home values in Oregon continue to climb and this is most apparent in the Portland, Bend and Eugene and Southern Oregon markets. Jumbo loans are portfolio mortgage loans; underwritten to a specific bank, lending institution, or investor’s guidelines. Portfolio loans, address the needs of borrowers, properties, and loan sizes that do not conform to Agency or Government loan standards. 
Who has the best jumbo mortgage rates in Oregon?
Mortgage lenders who compete for your business offer the best rates and terms. Lumen Mortgage offers a full spectrum of jumbo, conventional and government mortgage options, ensuring our customers have access to some of the mortgage rates in the nation.
A jumbo lender; Lumen Mortgage is headquartered in Portland's Pearl District. We offer a full spectrum of jumbo loans for home purchase and refinance in Oregon. Need to borrow more than $510,400.00? We've got you covered. 

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Jumbo Purchase Loans

Buying a home in Oregon? Jumbo loans are available for buyers purchasing 1 to 4-unit homes. Property types include: single family residences (SFR), 2-4 units, condominiums, townhomes and PUDs. Occupancy types include: owner-occupied (primary residences), second homes (vacation homes) and non-owner occupied (investment properties).
Oregon Jumbo Purchase Matrix
Property Use Primary Residence Second Home Investment
Maximum Loan-to-Value (LTV)
Single Family Residence, PUD & Condo 90% 90% 80%
2-Units 85% 80% 80%
3-4-Units 80% 80% 80%
Assumptions: 30-year fixed term, 740+ FICO, Loan amount<$1,500,000.00, for a property located in Portland, Eugene or Bend. Terms and conditions apply. Not commitment to lend.

Jumbo Refinance Loans

Refinancing a home in Oregon? Jumbo loans are available for homeowners refinancing 1 to 4-unit homes. Property types include: single family residences (SFR), 2-4 units, condominiums, townhomes and PUDs. Occupancy types include: owner-occupied (primary residences), second homes (vacation homes) and non-owner occupied (investment properties).
Oregon Jumbo Refinane Matrix
Property Use Primary Residence Second Home Investment
Maximum Loan-to-Value (LTV)
Single Family Residence,
PUD & Condo
85% 80% 80%
2-Units 80% 80% 80%
3-4-Units 80% 80% 80%
Assumptions: 30-year fixed term, 740+ FICO, rate & term refinance. Loan amount<$1,500,000.00 for a property located in Portland, Eugene or Bend. Terms and conditions apply.
Conforming loan limits for 2020 have increased for all Oregon counties!
Single-Family
$510,400
Two-Family
$653,550
Three-Family
$789,950
Four-Family
$981,700
Baker, Benton (Philomath & Corvallis), Clackamas (Lake Oswego & West Linn), Clatsop (Seaside & Cannon Beach), Columbia, Coos, Crook, Curry, Deschutes (Bend, Redmond & Sisters), Douglas (Roseburg), Gilliam, Grant, Harney, Hood River (Hood River & Mosier), Jackson (Ashland & Medford), Jefferson, Josephine, Klamath, Lake, Lane (Eugene, Springfield & Florence), Lincoln (Lincoln City, Newport, Waldport & Yachats), Linn (Corvallis), Malheur, Marion (Woodburn & Salem) Morrow, Multnomah (Portland), Polk, Sherman, Tillamook (Manzanita & Pacific City), Umatilla, Union, Wallowa, Wasco, Washington (Beaverton, Hillsboro & Forest Grove), Wheeler, Yamhill (Newberg, McMinnville, Dundee). Conventional Conforming Loan limits as of 11/26/2019, forward. 

Oregon JUMBO LOAN FAQ's

Are jumbo rates higher in Oregon?
Depending on your qualifications, the term of the loan and the lender you choose, jumbo mortgage rates and terms may be better, or have lower costs than similar conforming loan options. 
Do jumbo loans require private mortgage insurance?
Jumbo mortgage loans offered by Portland's Lumen Mortgage do not require private mortgage insurance (PMI).
Is there a maximum jumbo limit?
Lumen Mortgage offers jumbo loans with no maximum loan limit for homes in Oregon. 
What jumbo loans terms are available?
Jumbo mortgage loans are available in fixed and adjustable rate mortgage terms. These terms are available for purchase or refinance loan purposes.  "Adjustable rate mortgage" means your payment may change in the future.
Is there a cash-out limit for jumbo refinances?
Lumen Mortgage offers jumbo loans with unlimited cash-out. Terms and conditions do apply. 

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Oregon Jumbo Loan Glossary

Conforming loans
A conforming loan is a mortgage that is equal to or less than the dollar amount established by the conforming-loan limit set by the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) and meets the funding criteria of Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae.
Loan-to-Value (LTV)
Lenders use the loan-to-value ratio as a measure to compare the amount of your first mortgage with the appraised value of the property. The higher your down payment or equity, the lower your loan-to-value ratio.
Federal Home Finance Agency (FHFA)
The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) was established by the Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008 (HERA) and is responsible for the effective supervision, regulation, and housing mission oversight of Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac (the Enterprises) and the Federal Home Loan Bank System, which includes the 11 Federal Home Loan Banks (FHL Banks) and the Office of Finance. Since 2008, FHFA has also served as conservator of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Non-conforming loans
Non-conforming loans are considered “Portfolio loans”. Portfolio loans are mortgage loans underwritten to a specific bank, lending institution, or investor’s guidelines. Portfolio loans are often designed to address the needs of borrowers, properties, and loan sizes that do not conform to Conventional or Government loan standards.
Conventional loans
A conventional loan is any mortgage loan that is not insured or guaranteed by the government (such as under Federal Housing Administration, Department of Veterans Affairs, or Department of Agriculture loan programs). Conventional loans are categorized as conforming loans (underwritten to Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac guidelines) non-conforming loans (Portfolio loans).
Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac (Agency Financing)
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were created by Congress. They perform an important role in the nation’s housing finance system – to provide liquidity, stability and affordability to the mortgage market. They provide liquidity (ready access to funds on reasonable terms) to the thousands of banks, savings and loans, and mortgage companies that make loans to finance housing.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac buy mortgages from lenders and either hold these mortgages in their portfolios or package the loans into mortgage-backed securities (MBS) that may be sold. Lenders use the cash raised by selling mortgages to the Enterprises to engage in further lending. The Enterprises’ purchases help ensure that individuals and families that buy homes and investors that purchase apartment buildings and other multifamily dwellings have a continuous, stable supply of mortgage money.
By packaging mortgages into MBS and guaranteeing the timely payment of principal and interest on the underlying mortgages, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac attract to the secondary mortgage market investors who might not otherwise invest in mortgages, thereby expanding the pool of funds available for housing. That makes the secondary mortgage market more liquid and helps lower the interest rates paid by homeowners and other mortgage borrowers.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac also can help stabilize mortgage markets and protect housing during extraordinary periods when stress or turmoil in the broader financial system threaten the economy. The Enterprises’ support for mortgage lending that finances affordable housing reduces the cost of such borrowing.
Fannie Mae was first chartered by the U.S. government in 1938 to help ensure a reliable and affordable supply of mortgage funds throughout the country. Today it is a shareholder-owned company that operates under a congressional charter.
Adjustable-Rate Mortgage (ARM)
A mortgage that does not have a fixed interest rate is called an adjustable-rate mortgage. The rate changes during the life of the loan based on movements in an index rate, such as the rate for The London Inter-Bank Offered Rate (LIBOR) Index. Adjustable-Rate Mortgages usually indicate the minimum (floor) rate, the maximum rate, and the maximum, periodic adjustments of the loan. ARM loans may be fixed for a certain period and will begin adjusting once the fixed period has elapsed. The interest rate fluctuates over the life of the loan based on market conditions. When the index rate of an ARM loan increases, the mortgage rate (note rate) and payment (for principal and interest) increase as well.
Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI)
Private Mortgage Insurance, also called PMI, is a type of mortgage insurance you might be required to pay for if you have a conventional loan. Like other kinds of mortgage insurance, PMI protects the lender—not you—if you stop making payments on your loan. PMI is arranged by the lender and provided by private insurance companies. PMI is usually required when you have a conventional loan and make a down payment of less than 20 percent of the home’s purchase price. If you’re refinancing with a conventional loan and your equity is less than 20 percent of the value of your home, PMI is also usually required.
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