Kellen Gracey,  in 33304

Foreign National Investment lenders?

Asked by Kellen Gracey, 33304 Tue May 19, 2009

Anyone know if there are any banks doing foreign national investment loans? I can't seem to find any. The guy has a ton of assets, will qualify for any program - but he's a foreign national. He wants to buy 4-5 properties in the US, has a corporation he can go through that shows profit, with a business plan an everything.

Anyone have any idea where I could place his loans?

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Angela Schra…, Agent, Pembroke Pines, FL
Wed May 20, 2009
Kellen, I received an email this morning from a company that does nothing but foreign national loans. I don't know if they wholesale or not but it may be worth calling them - they're in Aventura. Their website is: Please note that I know nothing about them and have never dealt with them. It just caught my eye as I remembered your post from yesterday.

Good luck!

Villa G Realty, Inc.
Tel: 954-816-7996
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George Grosek, , Newport Beach, CA
Tue Jun 29, 2010
We are able to undertake foreign national loans as follows;

SIVA / Second Home
50% LTV to $5MM+
3/1 Arm @5.750% P&I
6 Mos Reserves are required
CA and NY Properties

Full Doc / Second Home
60% LTV to $1MM
3/1 Arm @4.375% P&I
12 Mos Reserves are required
Southern CA Only !!!

Other O/O S/E SIVA programs are also available to 60% LTV with rates starting in the fours.

CA CFL Lender & DRE Broker Licensee
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John Walsh, , Palm Harbor, FL
Tue May 19, 2009
Good afternoon Kellen, I have several lenders that will consider funding foreign national investment loans. It sounds like your client can provide full documentation of income, assets and employment. Please contact me at 888-825-6300 or email: floridamortgagejw@ij.ent

John Walsh
Florida Mortgage Corporation
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Kellen Gracey, , 33304
Tue May 19, 2009
Czech republic. What luck would I have
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Joshua Leret…, Mortgage Broker Or Lender, Lakeland, FL
Tue May 19, 2009
Kellen, where are they from? There are "regular" lenders that do foreign national loans, it just depends on where they are from to determine where to bring them.
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Fred Glick, Agent, Mountain View, CA
Tue May 19, 2009
Try a local bank that is willing to deal with him. There are no "regular" lenders.
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