From what I've read, the only thing I see that may become an obstacle is the fact that you already own a home. If you have equity in the home you currently own then it should not be a problem but if you do not have equity there may be an issue because you will have to be able to afford both your current house payment and the new house payment. If that is the reason you haven't got the help you need, I would suggest waiting to purchase until your current home is in escrow with a new buyer.
Also, condos can be tricky to get financed sometimes. There are some neighborhoods that have community pools. You could purchase a home that has many of the same amenities as a condo.
Feel free to call or email me to set up an appointment. The first step to buying is determining what you can qualify for and if there are programs out there that fit your needs.
I am truly sorry to hear you have been so much. I would be happy to see if I can help you with your need to make a move. There are so many questions that I would need the answers to in order to be able to determine the feasibility in acheiving your goals. I have a lender that I just spoke with who is willing to speak with you to see what it is we can do to help you. If you are interested please email me contact information to: firstname.lastname@example.org and I will get the process started.
Happy funding, Rudi
Tesa Noonan 661-717-3394
Coldwell Banker Best Realty
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