Posts Covering Foreign National Lending

Foreign National Real Estate Investors Winning On Strong U.S. Dollar

For foreign national real estate investors, changes in U.S. currency values can affect net worth and balance sheets. Analysis, plus access to live rates.

Foreign National Mortgage Lending Returns To U.S. Housing In A Big Way

In 2014, non-U.S. buyers purchased $92 billion in U.S. real estate. How to get a foreign national mortgage in today's market, plus today's mortgage rates.

International Real Estate Investors Should Consider Buying U.S. Real Estate In 2008 Instead Of 2012

When foreign national buyers consider investing in U.S. real estate, they often focus on projects set to deliver 2-4 years out as opposed to projects that are ready to deliver today. Considering the path of the world's economy , this long-term investment strategy may be a bit short-sighted. For non-U.S....

How Foreign National Real Estate Investors Can Leverage The U.S. Dollar For Better Returns

The U.S. dollar is gaining value rapidly, changing the financials for foreigners buying U.S. property. The rising Greenback makes a case for Irish, British and Canadian foreign nationals to make as large a downpayment as possible on their next investment unit. It's a mortgage strategy reversal for the international real...

What International Buyers Need To Know About Today’s Foreign National Mortgage Market

As the dollar slides against the world's currencies, foreign national buyers are flocking to U.S. housing market for second homes and investment properties. Looking at the graph, it's not hard to see why. Since September 2007, a European's cost to buy a $300,000 property in the United States has fallen...

Foreign National Mortgages For Investment Properties Returns

Over the last six months, the U.S. Dollar has been on a steady slide versus the Euro, raising the purchasing power of the Irish and other EU citizens against all-things American. This includes U.S. real estate. The graph above illustrates, in real terms, the cost of a $300,000 property in...

2015 Conforming, FHA, & VA Loan Limits

Mortgage loan limits for every U.S. county, as published by Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac, the Federal Housing Administration (FHA), and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)