Obtaining Mortgages on Properties Overseas with Global Mortgage Group in Partnership with The American Association
26 January @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Did you know that getting a US mortgage regardless of your passport is not only possible, but easier than in the UK or Australia? In this webinar, America Mortgages, a division of Global Mortgage Group, will share and discuss what’s required to obtain a mortgage loan for real estate in one of the world’s largest and most stable real estate markets, the US.
Together with The American Association, this talk will be hosted by Robert Chadwick, CEO of America Mortgages, and Donald Klip, Co-Founder of Global Mortgage Group, who will discuss the requirements and process. They’ll cover these topics and more:
- General insight on the US real estate market for 2022 and beyond, plus the US locations that may have higher yields.
- US mortgage programs and loan processes for overseas investors, both foreign nationals and US expats overseas.
- LTV (loan-to-value), loan minimum and maximum, and US locations.
- Dispelling common myths surrounding owning US residential property.
- Discussion of the other markets outside the US that Global Mortgage Group offers mortgage solutions for.
Date: 26 January
Place: Zoom (you will receive the Zoom link once you have registered)
About Donald Klip
With over 25 years of financial services experience, Donald’s career spans from being an equity research analyst to managing a global equities division for the second largest bank in the world. He co-founded Global Mortgage Group with Robert in 2018 to address the need for better mortgage options for those looking to purchase investment property overseas, initially in the US and now in the UK, Canada and Australia.
About Robert Chadwick
Robert has over 25 years of financial services and mortgage lending experience including managing wholesale mortgage lending divisions for Fremont Bank, Morgan Stanley, Saxon Capital and Citadel Servicing. He co-founded Global Mortgage Group in 2018 and now America Mortgages, seeing a need for a globalised approach for investors to obtain a mortgage in countries outside of their country of domicile and passport.