America Mortgages Launches No Ratio Mortgage Program for International Real Estate Investors

SINGAPORE, October 27, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — America Mortgages, the world’s leading international mortgage brokerage, focusing on U.S. mortgage financing for non-resident investors, today announced the addition of a new Mortgage Loan Program that allows real estate investors to qualify using no ratio underwriting. This mortgage program for international investors features both fixed and adjustable rate mortgages (ARM), competitive rates, high LTV/LVR and loan amounts up to $5 million.

America Mortgages’ new No Ratio mortgage program can be used for investment properties in all 50 states. International borrowers can use credit from their home country to qualify.

Robert Chadwick, CEO of America Mortgages states “What makes this program very unique is that the borrower does not need to provide personal income documentation or rental income. Unlike underwriting requirements for conventional or standard non-QM mortgage loans that rely upon the information contained in tax returns, pay statements, rental income or various other ways to document income, America Mortgages’ no-ratio mortgages rely upon a borrower’s credit and overall financial profile. Self-employed borrowers find the relaxed documentation requirements of a no-ratio mortgage ideal, but it could also prove to be convenient for a salaried borrower with additional income that cannot be readily documented.” He goes on to state “This is a perfect loan program for all real estate investors when a conventional mortgage loan is not an option, and as there are no AUM requirements this is a perfect loan for our private banking clients.”

Although rental rates have increased at a much faster pace than mortgage interest rates, often borrowers have a difficult time qualifying using the standard DSCR formula where the loan qualifies on the projected rental income of the property. This is a perfect substitute for when DSCR or conventional income qualifying loans are not an option. America Mortgages’ No-Ratio loan allows a quick, viable and very aggressive loan option.

“We constantly strive to curate the best U.S. mortgage loan options for our global clients.” Stated Nick Worthing, VP of retail lending for America Mortgages. “As the market changes, we need to be fast, nimble and resilient. That is what keeps our company as the leader in U.S. mortgage financing for foreign national and U.S. expat investors”.

Some of the featured benefits of America Mortgages’ no-ratio mortgage include:

· Aggressive loan-to-value ratio (LTV) as high as 80% for both foreign nationals and U.S. Expats
· No tax returns or income verification
· No U.S. credit required
· Foreign passports allowed
· Investment property only
· Loans up to $5,000,000 or higher in some cases
· Loans available in all 50 states
· No restrictions on cash-out financing
· Interest-only terms available
· Approval within 72 hours

For more information on America Mortgages’ No-Ration U.S. Mortgage loan program, contact [email protected]

About America Mortgages and Global Mortgage Group

Founded in 2018, Global Mortgage Group PTE LTD [GMG], and headquartered in Singapore, is a full-service global mortgage financing firm offering mortgages for investment purposes in The United States, Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Spain, Singapore, Hong Kong, Philippines, Thailand, Japan to name a few. For more information, visit www.gmg.asia or call +65 9773-0273.

Founded in 2019, America Mortgages, Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Global Mortgage Group PTE LTD [GMG]. America Mortgages headquartered in San Antonio, TX, with representation in 12 different countries, is dedicated to providing U.S. mortgage options for non-resident Foreign Nationals and U.S. Expats. 100% of America Mortgages [AM] clients are living and working outside of the U.S. Both GMG and AM focus on building quality, long-term relationships with its partners such as Private Banks, EAM, Family Offices, Realtors and other mortgage broker located around the world by offering a wide variety of mortgage loan programs focused on specific markets with an exceptional client experience.

For more information, visit www.americamortgages.com or call +1 830-217-6608.

Robert Chadwick
America Mortgages. Inc
+65 8430 1541
[email protected]
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What is an ‘Adjustable-Rate Mortgage (ARM),’ and how is it used?

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An adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM) refers to a mortgage with variable interest rates, which change regularly after an initial period. It fluctuates with the market interest rates, offering either a financial gain or loss to the borrowers. This is in direct contrast with the fixed-rate mortgage rules that impose a fixed interest rate for the entire repayment period.

Each ARM loan has an introductory period from 3 to 10 years where the interest rate stays lower than that of any fixed-rate mortgage. It’s possible to save a lump sum of money if you can settle the loan within that primary window.

After the initial fixed-rate period, an ARM’s interest rate will depend on the current market rates, meaning the rates can rise or fall over the mortgage’s remaining course. The lender will revise the rate at regular intervals, possibly once a year, and adjust it to the current market rate until the end of the term. To avoid paying extra money in rising interest, you can either sell the house or refinance the loan.

America Mortgages offers standard 5 and 7-year adjustable-rate mortgages (ARM) that you can qualify easily without going through much paperwork. You can also refinance if your home’s market price is at least $150,000 or pull out cash of the home equity.

An ARM might be the right choice if you can pay the loan off during the initial cap or don’t plan to live in the same house for your entire life. Ask the lender about the loan’s margin, the factors related to rate changes, and the intervals of rate changes to see if you can afford the calculated monthly installments.

What is a ‘Fixed-Rate Mortgage’ vs. an Adjustable-Rate Mortgage?

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A fixed-rate mortgage keeps the interest rate fixed throughout the loan term. This is the direct opposite of an adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM) that changes the interest rate regularly.

America Mortgages offers various fixed mortgage loans ranging from 15 to 30 years. Regardless of the length, the rate in all of them remains the same for the entire period.

In the case of a fixed-rate mortgage, if you purchase a home with a 15-year loan and your monthly payment is set at $1,500 in a fixed interest rate, you will be paying exactly this amount throughout the entirety of the loan.

People with a budget who do not want to deal with the sudden surge in interest rates will find this mortgage type ideal for them. However, these borrowers will not be able to take advantage of a drop in the interest rate unless they choose to refinance to modify their terms. A fixed-rate mortgage is also a good option for people who intend to live in the same house for the rest of their life. By paying a small monthly amount, they can eventually own the house when the mortgage period is over.