The short answer is yes, but you should begin working closely with a mortgage banker early in the process. One piece of information you did not provide is whether you are a permanent resident of the United States or you are residing abroad. A permanent resident will have a much easier time qualifying for a mortgage. foreigners living abroad can get financing, but it is a more difficult process.
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I'm working for some oversea investors from Hongkong, China & Taiwan.
Please see the requirements from HSBC:
1. 2 years reporting form of income tax.
2. Existing Premium HSBC account of $100K more.
3. 25% Down Payment for residential property; 40% Down Payment for investment.
4. Bank funding statement of last two months; If any new transferring, resource proof is required.
5. International Credit Report by HSBC (2 weeks of process).
6. Application form.
7. Type of VISA to USA.
8. Recommendation letter from banks with existing accounts.
About the international mortgage of Citi Bank, the requirement would be similar.
If you need more information, I could recommend each mortgage officer in both banks.
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