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International do the mortgage with cosigner?

I am international student with F1 visa? The house I plan to buy is about $350,000. I can down 4-50%, the rest I want to apply for the mortgage but because I am an international student cannot get re-approve so I plan to ask my aunt and her husband to be a cosigner for me (they are US-citizen). So will it work out or not?
  • October 16 2013 - Fullerton
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If you have a Social, then you have hope.  Contact me if you have additional questions.  My info is in my profile.

Good luck
  • October 17 2013
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You can also use your VISA for a foreign national loan. We do foreign national loans nationwide. Feel free to click on my profile to connect.
  • October 17 2013
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There are lenders like myself that offer loans for this particular scenario. One loan to consider is the Foreign National Loan. These loans are meant for non-residences/citizens seeking a home loan in the United States. Also, this type of loan usually requires about 20% down or more depending on the documents you have available so be prepared for that. Well I hope this helps! If you have any further questions or if you would like a loan, feel free to contact me!

Good Luck!
  • October 17 2013
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There are many loan programs for foreign nationals.  Just make sure to get a 'Good Faith Estimate' from any lender before signing up with them.  Also make sure they do a full pre-approval not just a pre-qualification.  Good luck
  • October 22 2013
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Do you need them for income as well or are you working as well?  Feel free to contact me via my profile.
  • October 26 2013
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