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Thread: "Mortgage Man" Seeking Online Research Help Regarding Paris, France (in English)

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    "Mortgage Man" Seeking Online Research Help Regarding Paris, France (in English)

    The questions I am going to ask may be a bit confusing and somewhat off from what I may really be seeking. But I am sure that within the wide ranging merb family someone will be able to decipher my uninformed knowledge of what I am writing about and will be able to point me in the right direction.

    I've got a friend who has asked me if I know how to research (online) financial information related to mortgage and interest rates in Paris, France.

    My friend has been in the mortgage business for many years but in now hopefully making the big climb to the top of latter of success. He has just gotten hold of a prospective client who may want to do business with him. But the odd thing is it would be a U.S. mortgage for a property in Paris, France.

    I am sure I am not using the best wording or misrepresenting the exact context of the situation but that is not so important as it is that I only need help in finding how to learn more about mortgage rates or interest rates in Paris France. Or other financial or general financial information related to Paris France (in English or translatable pages like google can perform).

    I have already suggested searching google.fr as opposed to google.com but that I am sure will have great limitations because of the language difference.

    So who has some better suggestions.

    Any ideas you may have will be appreciated.


    P.S. I will inform my friend about what I have asked and maybe he will give me a better question to ask. Or maybe you will have some questions to help us better arrive at what is needed, and then I will pass any such questions to my friend and then post the answers here.

    "if god created anything greater then woman... he must have kept it to himself"

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarmonyNYC
    But the odd thing is it would be a U.S. mortgage for a property in Paris, France.
    I'm not sure how one can get a US mortgage for a property in France.

    There was a recent article in New York Times. One of the buyers used France Home Finance, your friend should direct his questions to them.

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