In Europe, a European loan for a non-resident foreigner is made up of a loan made available by a European loan broker active within the European Union (EU) or the Euro zone for the benefit of a person of non-European nationality and who does not reside in this continent.
In Europe, a loan for foreigner non-resident is a financing offered through European banks abroad and which entitles foreigners to be granted a funding facility within the EU due to the free movement of capital.
In Europe, financing for non-resident foreigners can consists on a European car loan, a European mortgage, or even a European consumer loan, because in theory each citizen of European nationality has the freedom to place his money where he wants, but also he is free to borrow wherever he or she wants.
In Europe, is a loan for European borrowers who are non-resident actually possible? The answer remains yes in a context of free movement of capital abroad within the limits of the European Union, however, it doesn’t apply to non-European non-residents.