Anyone have advice for how a Canadian living in Germany can get a mortgage loan in the US?
I've called and searched everywhere. I can't seem to find anything.
Yes, I found some hard money lenders, but because I intend to buy and hold I don't want to risk a 2 year loan.
Try Express Capital Mortgage out of Arizona, they cater to Foreign Nationals.
I've got a great niche source. Hit me up through BP and I'll give you their info.
Where is the property located? I work for a hard money lender, if it's in California we maybe able to give you a loan for up to 5 years.
Hi @Charline R. have you approached BBVA Compass? They are a Canadian bank with a large US presence - as a Canadian citizen they may be able to help you.
@Ruth Jones I think you're mistaken, BBVA is Spanish bank. There's no such bank in Canada.
@Chad Urbshott you are quite right. I meant BMO Harris. Having one of those days!
I work with Essex Mortgage in California and I cater to foreign nationals looking to invest in the US. If the other lenders don't work out for you we even have 8-10 day rush closings available. Send me a private message for further details.
Charline, did you come across any good providers for foreign nationals? I know TD, BMO and Royal Bank all operate in the USA which are good options for Canadians but TD won't loan on more than 5 properties and most others I have come across want 35 to 50 percent down.
I am currently looking and thought I would reach out to see if you had any advice as this is an older thread.
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