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Myrtannhynes, Home Buyer in Orlando, FL
Myrtannhynes answered:
What loan companies offer US mortgages to Canadians?
hi

im a Canadian citizen looking for a mortgage co that will lend to me to purchase a home in flordia
0 votes Share Flag Fri May 27, 2016 Financing in Palm Springs
Stilla Raissi, Real Estate Pro in Los Gatos, CA
Stilla Raissi answered:
Who can do construction loan in California,singal family Owner occupay prefer wholesale?
I have construction loan for primary house and investment properties.
We are not private bank .
We do 80% Loan to cost,65% loan to value(Future value)
fast closing

call me with a ... more
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Jennermichea…, Both Buyer and Seller in Palm Springs, CA
Jennermicheal_loaninc answered:
What loan companies offer US mortgages to Canadians?
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0 votes Share Flag Fri Jun 6, 2014 Financing in Palm Springs
anthony.vent…,  in Danville, CA
anthony.venturi answered:
Is there a lender in Palm Springs that will fund a construction loan that rolls into a permanent loan for a single fmaily residence?
I am a mortgage banker that does single close construction loans in CA. Our loans have options that allow as little as 3.5% down. The loan can be used to purchase the land pay for fees ... more
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Neiltrulia, Renter in United Neighborhood of...
Neiltrulia answered:
Can the owner of a condo on leased land obtain a reverse mortgage? Or a secondary, home improvement loan?
Homeowners still retain title and ownership to their home during the life of the loan, and can choose to sell the home at any time. As long as the borrower continues to live in and main ... more
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linpohloanfi…, Other/Just Looking in Waterville, ME
linpohloanfirm answered:
Our combined annual income has dropped from $140,000 to $100,000 as I have decided to semi-retire at age 54.
Dear Investor's/Loan Seeker's,

You are welcome to Lin Poh Loan Firm! We are a private Investor /Lender, We Offers Private, Business, Project, Investment and Personal Loans etc with ... more
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Harcourts De…, Real Estate Pro in Palm Springs, CA
Harcourts Desert Homes answered:
what banks are still lending on lease land in Palm Springs?
I would reach out to Ryan Gray at So CAL Direct Lending. He has worked effectively with many of my lease land Buyers.
0 votes Share Flag Thu Nov 29, 2012 Financing in Palm Springs
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I am an Australian with a house in Palm Springs that I am looking to refinance with a US lender. Appreciate any suggestions or guidance.
Hard money lenders should be able to lend to you. Did you initially purchase the house with all cash?
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Vicky  Spiva, Other/Just Looking in Redding, CA
Vicky Spiva answered:
Are there any American Banks that will give home equity loans to Canadians? We own an American home.
I guess my first question would be do you have a Resident Alien Card? If so, then there should be a bank that would help you. Have you tried US Bank? Our company has a broker relatio ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Jan 5, 2011 Financing in Palm Springs
Roswell Moore…, Real Estate Pro in Scottsdale, AZ
Roswell Moore, answered:
Thinking of purchasing a 2nd home and see down payment requirements all over the map (10-50%) - what's a realistic number?
Hi Cja,

Thank you for the clarification on your intentions with the property. With that, I will change what I said in my earlier response to you (at the bottom of this post) which a ... more
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Jane Grant, Real Estate Pro in Aguanga, CA
Jane Grant answered:
I purchased a motor home lot in Palm Springs in 2007. I could not qualify for the loan, because of dropping home equity. Do I lose my down payment?
Gerald: Hopefully your contract had a "loan contingency", in it stating that if you were unable to obtain financing you would get your deposit back.

Usually deposits are ... more
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Jeannette Ka…, Real Estate Pro in Spokane Valley, WA
Jeannette Karis answered:
I have been looking at a 203k refinance but I have read that contractors don't want to deal with the paperwork and deadlines involved.
There is a new and improved FHA 203K streamline program where the borrowers can borrow up to 110% of the appraised value providing quotes for the items they want to address (some limita ... more
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Jessica Sull…, Real Estate Pro in Queen Creek, AZ
Jessica Sulliman answered:
Does anyone know any wholesale lenders that have a foreign national program for a CA purchase (70% ltv)?
US Bank is the only one I know of still offering financing to Canadians. They don't advertise. 75% ltv, full doc.
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Elaine Stewa…, Real Estate Pro in Palm Desert, CA
Elaine Stewart answered:
I am looking for a reputable person who can handle contact with the bank about a short re-finance on my home
Be careful with some of these loan modification companies, make sure you check them out and don't give any money up front.
0 votes Share Flag Mon Jun 8, 2009 Financing in Palm Springs
Dana Schuster, Real Estate Pro in Slidell, LA
Dana Schuster answered:
what kind of financing is there for manufactured homes in a park setting?
You would have to finance this in the same way you would a car. if you are not purchasing the land along with the mobile,it is considered moveable property,not real estate. you cannot g ... more
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Elaine Stewa…, Real Estate Pro in Palm Desert, CA
Elaine Stewart answered:
It's getting worse and I don't get it. Now we're told lenders want 50% down from Canadians. A report in the
Good Luck Vicki, wishing you a smooth escrow on this one.
0 votes Share Flag Sun Jun 15, 2008 Financing in Palm Springs
Elaine Stewa…, Real Estate Pro in Palm Desert, CA
Elaine Stewart answered:
Yikes! Now lenders want 35% down from Canadians. There's got to be lenders who are in a position to offer
Here are the requirements from my preferred lender here in the Palm Springs area. Let me know if you need a referral.

Second Homes Only Purchase only SFR, Condos or PUDs ok 65% max ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun May 4, 2008 Financing in Palm Springs
Michel Brise…, Home Buyer in Vancouver, B.C. Canada
Michel Brisebois answered:
Are US lenders reluctant to loan to Canadians? I read on a mortgage broker's blog that he knew of at least
As a Canadian from Vancouver looking at PS and Phoenix properties and thinking the same thing, it all depends what you want to do.

If you plan to live as "Snow Birds" immediately, t ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Apr 24, 2008 Financing in Palm Springs
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