San Diego, CA (PRWEB) August 2, 2007
Finance North America announced today its award for the most closed loans to date, in Mexico with both GE and GMAC. Finance North America assisted GE Capital to create cross border financing for U.S. citizens who purchased real estate in Mexico and in 2007 has done the same with GMAC. Since inception Finance North America has consistently been the leader in the mortgage financing industry and closed the most loans in both 2005 and 2006.
"Congratulations on closing the most loans with GMAC's Mexico loan program through the first half of 2007. Thank you for adding to our success." - Dan Bryant, Senior Business Director GMAC International Mortgage
"It is with great pleasure that GE Money announce Finance North America as the Mexican Dream Mortgage top producer for the first half of 2007. GE Money appreciates your ongoing business, and looks forward to growing in the Mexican market with dedicated players such as Finance North America." - Luis De La Torre, Business Development, Mexican Dream Mortgage
In addition to its awards, Finance North America also celebrated the appointment of Diego Ruiz to the team. Diego Ruiz was formerly Manager of Mexico Dream Mortgage for GE Money before becoming Finance North America's Director of Technical Operations. Mr. Ruiz is responsible for the technical closing process in Mexico for Finance North America.
For additional information about Finance North America and Mexico real estate financing, please send emails to info @ financenorthamerica.com or visit http://www.financenorthamerica.com.
Finance North America
Finance North America, Inc. specializes in providing mortgage financing to U.S. and Canadian citizens on real estate transactions in Mexico. They offer not only purchase and refinance lending, but also construction loans that convert effortlessly into permanent financing. Finance North America has over 25 years of experience in the mortgage, real estate industry and has a proven track record managing a variety of successful lending transactions on Mexico property.