The basic info you'll need to provide is: 1) Min 25% - 30% down; 2) Proof of Income from your home country, if employed paycheck copies, paystubs & year-to-date income will be required, if self-employed - proof of your business registered in your country + accountants, bankers & creditor statements and letters of reference, Year-to-Date P & L, tax returns of your country; 3) Proof of seasoned funds (at least 90-days in a US bank account); 4) You may have to collateralize a bank account in the USA with your lender to maintain at least 6-months of mortgage payments (PITI) in such account and set up automatic withdrawal payments from this account to pay the mortgage; 5) The lender will set a minimum loan amount they're interested in lending you, maybe at least $150K+; 6) At Wells I'm aware the rates are very much lke a US Resident loan and terms are 30-yr fixed too if you qualify (unlike other private lenders that may be higher and shorter. In future you should Pre-Qualify your buyers before getting to work & in contract. There are many other For Nat'l lenders ... try Googling then ... eg. Benworth Capital, New Penn Financial, FEMBI, Morgan Stanley/SmithBarney for high net worth borrowers, Gibraltar Bank also high net worth borrowers, Prospect Mortgage, just to name a few. Also I suggest getting to know Immigration & Tax Attorneys in your marketplace, especially those Tax-Attorneys that specialize in Foreign Taxation and businesses, they will have lender resources and much more to help your clients in the future. Take the CIPS & FIABCI designation courses too that are offered by your Board, FAR & NAR etc. Get yourself educated.