is is possible to get a mortgage for a non-resident alien in ct??

Asked by Homeseller, 06604 Wed Feb 10, 2010

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DANIEL LOREN…, , Trumbull, CT
Thu Feb 11, 2010
yes you can get a loan to buy in CT. but there are specific requirements that have to be met, give me a call and I can assist you further and provide you the information needed.
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Elizabeth He…, Agent, Agawam, MA
Wed Feb 10, 2010
I actually have a couple of mortgage officers who can assist with your situation as well as immigration and real estate attorneys as I am currently working with clients relocating to Fairfield County from the U.K. I am a member of FIABCI/International real Estate Federation and I'm licensed in CT. If there is anything I can do to further assist you please contact me at elizabeth@elizabethherbert.com
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Dawn Nostin, Agent, Glastonbury, CT
Wed Feb 10, 2010
There are many questions and scenarios that can be factors. I suggest you speak with a mortgage broker. Kim Price is the owner of Custom Mortgage and would be very happy to answer these questions. Her number is 860-841-4454
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Jennifer Moc…, , Southport, CT
Wed Feb 10, 2010
I think it will greatly depend on a couple of things: how much collateral can you provide? Do you have a credit history, and if so, how high is your credit score?
You should definitely contact a mortgage broker and find out what the bank's lending criteria are, but I don't think that the non-resident alien status will have anything to do with wether they'll give you a mortgage, but rather the fact that you might not have a US credit history (although I think that you can submit bills from your home country to show that you are paying your bills on time).
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Scott Godzyk, Agent, Manchester, NH
Wed Feb 10, 2010
You should contact a local and trusted mortgage broker and they can prequailify you at no cost. This will tell you if you quailify for any mortgages to purchase here or not. I would stay away from the internet lenders.
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