You have a number of good options available to you with what you have described. Selecting the best option would require a little more input, but here are a couple of samples:
FHA 203k - This comes in 2 flavors. One allows structural repairs & is for major rehab projects. The other is called Streamline becuase it is easier and designed more for renovations. Each only requires 3.5% down and neither is credit score sensitive. You are allowed to borrow more than the purchase price of the home (subject to appraisal) to make the repairs you desire. You can also include new appliances and their setup and delivery.
USDA Rural Development - This option has income and location restrictions but allows 100% financing preserving your cash for the renovation instead of the down.
FHA 203b - This is the plain, vanilla FHA loan. It features 3.5% down and may be best if you are planning on staying in this house for a few years.
Your exact circumstances and goals would determine which loan above (or others) would be best for you. I would be happy to consult with you at no obligation to help you on your search.
Fairway Independent Mortgage - Tulsa
Great question, You have a good credit score and should have no problem getting a loan. I would be able to help you sell and find a great fixer upper in the midtown area. please give me a call and we can set down and talk about what your needs are to sell and to buy. My office is in midtown too.
Are you looking to buy before you sell? If you buy before you sell the requirements are completely different than if you are planning on waiting until you sell your home before you purchase. If you sell before you buy then from the information you have given I don't see any problem. If you buy before you sell then you they will be looking at you as an investor. My personal opinion would be not to mess with a bridge loan, the only people I have talked with who have had bridge loans ended up in bad situations. I'm not a mortgage expert though, that is why I would suggest talking with The Bomar Team.