Setting new standards in the mortgage loan sector
Meet the team
CEO Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Rubina Real Estate
Carsten has been working in the financial and property industry for more than 20 years.
With his financial background and his
in-depth understanding of the national and international property market, Carsten knows exactly what international investors are looking for when purchasing a german property.
Alexander heads up the technology department at EichenCredit. In that function he recognised the disparity between mortgage lender services and customer needs and as an answer has been responsible for the development of the EichenCredit Mortgage Application tool.
With his years of experience in writing bespoke software, always with the customer experience at the top of his in mind, Alexander and his team delivers technology tools which simplify the property investment process.
This is EichenCredit
We are a team of experienced bankers and software engineers who have understood that current processes of mortgage loan approvals are way out of date! We want to change this and make the process of applying for and getting your mortgage loan as easy, fast and hassle free as possible.
Using our four step online mortgage loan application process we are quickly able to match you with a mortgage offer from one of our banking partners, which suits your needs and circumstances.
All within in a few minutes and a couple of clicks away.
EichenCredit partners closely with several institutional lenders and is additionally backed by renowned and internationally-oriented real estate consultancy Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Rubina Real Estate, property-technology innovation star EichenGlobal and consultancy company EichenProject.
Together with our partners do we have years of experience in the property market. We have helped 100s of satisfied clients to purchase a property of their dreams and have therefore got an
in-depth understanding of the complex needs and requirements that customers have when looking to debt finance their german property investments.