What documents do i need to buy a house in US as a non-resident? I don't have US income, I don't live there. Need mortgage. Thanx.

I'm non-resident of US and I even don't live there. And I wanna purchase a house, desirable in Texas within the price range 60k - 80k USD.
I work in company based in Canada so I pay canadian taxes for 4 years already.
What documents do I need to provide in this case?
What about % of downpayment? And % of mortgage for foreigners?
Thanx.
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answer by Amanda Nicodemus   |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Mortgage loans for foreign nationals are more difficult to obtain. Generally your down payment and interest rate will be higher. You will need to provide proof of funds for downpayment, closing costs, insurance; tax returns; credit report; etc. Nevertheless, it's best to consult with a mortgage professional.
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answer by Rosa Burk   |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
I will be glad to help you after my trusted Lender, advise if you could be qualified to get a mortgage. Rosa
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answer by Kathy Gray   |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Get in touch with me via the "Contact Me" link and I'll send you the names of a couple of lenders that you can communicate/correspond with.
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answer by George Tesfa   |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
50% down as a foreign national.
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answer by George Tesfa   |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
It is called foreign national loan and it can be as high as 50% down.
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