Mexico’s Premiere Residential Mortgage Broker continues to offer financing into 2014
YES. THERE ARE MORTGAGES FOR FOREIGNERS BUYING IN MEXICO!! MEXLend continues to offer financing mortgages for foreigners buying Mexican properties: Mortgages for Los Cabos, mortgages for Puerto Vallarta, mortgages for Playa del Carmen, mortgages for San Miguel de Allende and pretty much ALL of Mexico. Currently, we have programs both in Mexican Pesos and US Dollars. We are there with our clients throughout the entire process up to the closing and funding of the loan. Our expert closing coordination team is the finest in Mexico.
MEXLend has rated #1 in customer satisfaction and #1 in fastest closing times consistently for eight years running in post closing interviews conducted by our lenders.
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MEXLend offers residential loans in the entire country of Mexico, whether it be Los Cabos, Cancun, Playa del Carmen, Tulum, San Miguel de Allende, Manzanillo, Loreto Bay,Mazatlán or anywhere on the interior. We also have different types of financing available to best suit your needs. Currently, we have two primary paths of mortgages for foreigners buying in Mexico:
• Peso Loans through Mexican banks – Available for ALL foreigners buying a home in Mexico, provided that they obtain a migratory visa.
• MEXLend’s exclusive US Dollar Loan Program – For ALL nationalities purchasing vacation homes in Mexico. This program can also be used for Cash out Refinancing if you already own your home and would like to become more liquid by accessing your equity. Read More…
Buying Property in Mexico
So you have found your dream property in Mexico!
Buying property in Mexico may seem a little daunting and different than in your country, but well worth it. The key word is different not better, not worse, just different…