Global Mortgage Group

U.S. Mortgages for Overseas Investors

GMG is the world’s only U.S. Mortgage Specialist based overseas – focused on U.S. Citizens and Foreign Nationals living overseas. We offer loan programs that don’t require U.S. credit or income. Our mortgage solutions are faster, cheaper and more transparent than International Banks. We also offer International mortgages and short-term bridge loans.

Better than Banks

WE ARE FAST

GMG can close a U.S. mortgage in 30-45 days! This is because our processing time is much faster than that of International Banks which take 4-6 months, because we have streamlined the process to eliminate unnecessary steps.

25% DOWN

Our U.S. Mortgage Programs require as little 25% down payment for Foreign Nationals and as little as 10% for U.S. Expats. Most International Banks require at least 50% down payment and a mandatory minimum deposit required.

EASY TO QUALIFY

We approve over 97% of all loan applications! We work directly with our lenders to create loan programs specifically for the needs of our clients. Furthermore, GMG even has programs which do not require income verification.

TRULY GLOBAL

GMG has direct lending relationships with banks and wholesale mortgage lenders around the world. We speak your language, and operate  in multiple timezones from our offices in the United States, Hong Kong, Singapore and Shanghai.

Do I Qualify?

GMG has made it very easy for you to qualify. We understand that overseas borrowers have different requirements and we have worked closely with our lenders to create loan programs specifically for you. If you can meet the following criteria, you can qualify for a U.S. mortgage:

PURCHASE
LOANS

REFINANCE/
EQUITY CASH-OUT

IF YOU CAN ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS THEN YOU CAN QUALIFY!

Borderless Mortgages. Easy.

Insights

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Rising Rates From Strong Economic Data, But Still Near Record Lows

Mortgage rates have recently been seeing higher upticks, indicating a steady economic recovery. Last week (from 15 to 21 February), the rates took the biggest leap in more than a year. According to Bankrate data, the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage reached 3.04% on 22 February, which was 2.8% on 10 February.

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Why the Coronovirus has shifted how we rent or buy our home

We are all using more technology: Seesaw, Zoom, Hangouts, Slack, Teams, more Amazon, more Netflix, more online classes, etc. We had to learn to support our children during online classes and create areas in our home for conference calls.

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U.S. Home Prices Post Record Gain, Topping Peak From 2005

Against all odds, the U.S. real estate market recovered quickly, too quickly to enter a pandemic property boom. Several factors, including the lowest mortgage rates in history, positive buying intent, and reduction of the unemployment rate, have pushed the home prices to the point that surpasses the 2005 index.