We have a program for applicants living and working in the U.S. on a L1 VISA
The VISA should be good for another 3 years and if it isnâ€™t then the employer company would need to confirm that the VISA will be renewed.
You must have a Social Security Number.
If you do not have an U.S. credit then weâ€™ll accept alternative credit.
Minimum loan amount of $300,000
feel free to contact me for more details
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All California Mortgage
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If you have a visa and a social security number we can view your file as a non-permanent resident alien application. What will determine your options from there relates to what you mentioned about your credit --- what history to we have on US income, assets and credit? If the answer is "little or none" we do have a program that will look at the foreign documentation and take everything into consideration, even the foreign rents. This program would have a 30% down payment requirement, but it may be the best way to go. I created a short video about mortgage options for non-permanent resident aliens. The link is below, and let me know if you think we can help further.
Call Dave, he specializes in Foreign National loans
David J Pressly
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