Condos have multiple issues that can affect financability such as:
1) Is it Fannie Mae Approved
2) Is it HUD Approved (for FHA financing)
3) Is it 50% or more owner occupied
4) Are the HOA dues less than 15% delinquent
5) Is there litigation on the property
Depending on the type of financing will determine if you need option 1 or 2 , but 2-4 is required for most financing.
Although, there are two mortgage professionals on this thread that said they'll help you. You might want to contact them too.
Happy funding, Rudi
I would be able to assist you with your financing. If I can be of service, simply get in touch at the contacts below.
You should contact the condo board or have your realtor contact them for you to find out if there is any ongoing litigation. And for financing, I always suggest you start with your bank or credit union, someone reputable for sure.
HOA for Broadway is Broadway Plaza...the number is 925-746-0542
HOA for Oakgrove is Oak Creek...the number is 925-212-6673
Please make sure you are working with a knowledgable realtor, we are all here to assist you if you need us :)