SC USDA Status and Current Turn Times for USDA Loans

SC USDA Status for loan note guarantee
SC USDA Status for loan note guarantee

SC USDA Status Hotline

USDA loans are unlike other types of loans.  Normally lenders underwrite a file without review from an agency.  USDA requires an extra step after the lender underwriting process.  Next comes the USDA eligibility review and commitment.  Over the years, we have seen the review and commitment process vary from a day to over 30 days for USDA to review SC files.

How to Check SC USDA Status

First of all, anyone can call USDA for a status.  For the SC USDA Status or current turn times at SC Rural Home Development, please call 803-253-3432  for the daily recording.  Once the USDA submission date is known, anyone can call USDA’s recorded hotline 803-253-3432.   Then, you will know approximately how long the commitment should take.

USDA does not grant exceptions or rushes.  So there is no need to ask! 

Trust me, we have tried.

Once our team has underwritten and approved a USDA loan file, we will provide an update.  We provide all parties involved an email stating when we sent the file to USDA for review.  Once this date is known, you are welcome to call the SC USDA Status Hotline every day if you like.  Finally, an “approximate” final approval date can be figured.

Team Move Loan Officers are USDA Experts

Team Move lends in areas such as Wilmington, Leland, Hampstead, Jacksonville, Camp Lejeune, Whiteville, Shallotte, Southport, Elizabethtown, Lumberton, Fort Bragg, Pope Air Force Base, Fayetteville, Rockingham, Raleigh, Garner, Smithfield, Clayton, Goldsboro, Charlotte, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, Durham, Chapel Hill, Burgaw, Castle Hayne, Holden Beach, Supply, Ocean Isle Beach, Sunset Beach, Hubert, Tabor City, Carolina Beach, Kure Beach, Laurinburg, Topsail Beach, North Topsail Beach, Surf City, Sneads Ferry, Richlands, Wrightsville Beach, New Bern, Oak Island, Saint James, Wallace, as well as the rest of NC.  Columbia, North Myrtle Beach, Myrtle Beach, Conway, Loris, Little River, Longs, as well as the rest of South Carolina and Virginia.

Written By: Russell Smith