Sales, Rentals & Property Management

Scotiabank Second Home Loans in Punta Cana
Available to residents of UK, Canada and United States- including Puerto Rico!
 
The pre-approval process is easy and can be done before your arrival to the country, You would have to apply through the Dominican branch. We can get you started by sending you the forms!
 
Punta Cana Second Home Financing
 
There are many reasons you might consider buying a second home and Scotiabank can help you achieve this goal. Perhaps a few days away from the city made you think about buying a weekend retreat. Maybe you’re considering an investment property to produce additional rental income.
 
Whatever your interest, it’s important to consider financing options and other issues before beginning your search.
 

When considering your options, remember to think about your full financial picture, since along with the cost of purchasing the property, you must also budget for other expenses like maintenance and property taxes.

As part of your research into additional properties, your real estate agent can be a valuable resource to help you with your planning and budgeting. Agents understand the market conditions and can give you good estimates of taxes and annual upkeep costs- as well as assess the rental market if you are considering renting your new property to help with the carrying costs.

PRE-APPROVAL REQUIREMENTS
If you would like a pre-approval, you need to submit the following documents:
  • Last Income tax Report
  • Passport copy
  • Social Security card copy
  • Completed Credit Check authorization form (via Trans Union)
  • Last 3 bank statements
 
Easy to get pre-approved! Contact us today & request your Loan Approval forms!
 
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Punta Cana Bank Financing
 
Please Note: All terms are subject to change without notice.  Punta Cana Lifestyle Real Estate publishes terms as they have been provided to us by the Lenders. You should consult your lender's terms for accuracy.