Do you have a Visa? If so then yes you probably can. I am doing a purchase loan for a client with an L1 Visa currently and the process is as smooth as for a resident of the United States.
If you would like to talk about this please give me a call.
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Depending on where you are coming from and what your finances are, it is possible that a bank in your own country will give you a loan if you present this as an investment opportunity. A lot of people from abroad began investing in the US real estate market--especially during the real estate slump, so it is possible to take out loans. My sense, however, is that in that case you would need to have the collateral that was going to stay in your home country (so, for example, you would have to have property or assets that were staying in the country as a caution). But, again, this will likely vary from country to country, and from bank to bank. In any case, if you haven't yet established a credit history here in the US, you would need to cast the net wide and have someone to help with researching some of these 'non-standard' options.
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Consult with a Local Mortgage Banker for a thorough prequalification.
My wife, Alice, and I have just been helpng some friends with that same issue.
We have an in house lender here that specializes in that type buyer.
If you choose an experienced person to do your loan, it will go smoothly.
You qualify with credit and income, but the othdr details are critical, too.
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Call me and I will hook you up with Mr. Simpson.
512-762-5896 Tim Sweeney Realtor
Keep in mind if you are working with a lender you will need to show work and credit
With that said the answer is Yes!
I'd be happy to answer more questions you probably have and see if I can help you buy a home.
Contact me by email or phone.
Vivianne Dordea, Realtor
Sierra Homes Realty