Following suit with conforming loan limit increases, HUD has increased FHA loan limits for next year.
Beginning January 1 2023, 3,222 U.S. counties will see higher loan limits, while 12 counties will remain the same. For most of the country, the new baseline FHA loan limit will be $472,030 for a single-family home. Limits increase for 2-, 3-, and 4-unit properties. But in high cost of living areas like Washington DC, limits are substantially higher.
See the breakdown chart with 2023 limits for District of Columbia at realestateinthedistrict.com