Foreign Nationals: Mortgage Financing for Undocumented Residents, Foreign National Investors, and Immigrants

Sep 13, 2023

As a non-US citizen applying for a mortgage, you may encounter some hurdles when it comes to documentation. That’s where may be able to help. We are one of only a few mortgage companies that can offer home loans with flexible documentation requirements for Foreign Nationals. caters to the needs of U.S. citizens and Foreign Nationals living overseas who require U.S. residential mortgages. We provide access to over 128 U.S. banks and wholesale loan products specifically for international clients looking to invest in the United States or U.S. citizens looking to invest abroad. Additionally, we offer financing options for commercial properties and high-value home financing through our specialty lenders both in the U.S. and overseas.

  • Specific to Non-US Residents looking to purchase a property in the United States for Investment Purposes
  • Borrowers with No US Credit Eligible (Letters of reference from Country of Origin Required)
  • Loan Amounts up to $3M
  • LTV’s up to 80%
  • DSCR NO Ratio Program – available

We understand that undocumented residents, foreign national investors, and immigrants may face unique challenges when it comes to obtaining mortgage financing in the United States. Traditional lenders often require extensive documentation, such as a Social Security number or a valid visa, which can be difficult for non-US citizens to provide.

However, our mortgage programs are designed to be more inclusive and flexible. We work with a network of lenders who specialize in providing mortgage financing to foreign nationals, regardless of their immigration status. Whether you are an undocumented resident, a foreign national investor, or an immigrant, we strive to find the right mortgage solution for your specific needs.

Contact us today! Our team of experienced mortgage professionals is well-versed in the complexities of international mortgage financing. We understand the unique circumstances that foreign nationals may face and are committed to helping them achieve their homeownership goals in the United States.