Sorry for the delay in an answer to your initial questions. There appears to be several issues that you usually may need to address such as 1."you must have green card...2. must be able to pull credit...3. verify income,assets"etc. to obtain a stateside loan as well as the usual requirements to quote a referrable & knowledgeable loan professional. If you feel I may be able to help you by no-fee Consulting, Coaching & Caring, you can contact me by the following: Bob Wallin. 707-337-5279, email@example.com, http://www.BobWallinNapaRealEstate.com. I will be pleased to hear from you, Bob Wallin.
Sheryl Arndt, Real Estate Broker â€“ Sr. Loan Officer CA only
REO & Short Sale Specialist
20+ Years Experience
We might be able to help you.
We would be looking at a loan to value of 50%, and occupancy would need to be second home.
An investment, aka nonowner occupied, would be considered case by case with stronger guidelines. Minimum loan amount is $300k.
Even if the above conditions are met, your application would still be subject to
They're pretty strict on these, but they are doable.
Hope this helps.
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Sr. Loan Officer / REO Specialist