your villa purchase in Orlando Florida must be a priority deciding to
buy a property. Whether you are paying for your villa in cash or we can
advise you on the pros and cons of the various options. You will need
to consider questions like:
||Do I choose a US mortgage or a UK mortgage?
||Do I pay a 25% deposit, a 30% deposit or more? What
are the implications?
||What are 'closing costs' and how much are they likely
||Will the income from letting my villa pay for the mortgage?
||How do I open a US bank account through which to pay
We will guide you through all stages of organising your mortgage and
'I haven't got upwards of £55000 in my bank account for a deposit'
Not many people do - but what you can do is to look for other ways to
raise the money, a very common practice in this age of multiple home ownership.
One common method is to release capital tied up in your own house, which
may well have appreciated since you first took out your mortgage. By increasing
the mortgage on your own house you can release the capital needed for
the deposit on a second home. Another option is to buy the villa with
another friend or family, sharing the cost of the deposit. Whichever method
you choose, it is important that you don't overstretch yourself financially
and consider the process carefully. Many people can make it happen with
a little imagination.