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Old Dec 8th 2009, 8:29 pm   #1
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I am a US citizen (working in the US) and am thinking of buying an apartment in the UK. Any guidance on loan providers / agents who can help would be much appreciated.

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Can't tell you really as we're no longer in the loop, but the folks at moneysavingexpert.com might be able to help.
Not sure how easy it will be if you are non-resident, I think you would need a hefty deposit.
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Can't tell you really as we're no longer in the loop, but the folks at moneysavingexpert.com might be able to help.
Not sure how easy it will be if you are non-resident, I think you would need a hefty deposit.
yup, pretty much, always been a little tough if your not resident, more so now without a large deposit.
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yup, pretty much, always been a little tough if your not resident, more so now without a large deposit.
"downpayment" in US English... separated by a common language and all that.
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