The only lenders that may not require tax returns would be hard money lender and if you have enough to pay for the property out right it may not make sense to go that route. You might want to just pay cash for the property.
Although it's a high rate, I'd recommend getting the loan until after the election so that you won't sink all your money into a product that takes a dive in value after the election. You can always pay it off later.
Funny you should ask ! I just listed a great upstairs end unit condo for $110K in the Dunwoody area in a small complex with a swimming pool and tennis court near Perimeter Mall and the Marta Train stations right of Hwy 400 and Abernathy Rd. and the owner can do owner financing if you are willing to put down 50%. Call me directly if you want any more information 404-668-9167. Owner financing is probably your best option.
Until you file your taxes, you are going to be limited to being a cash buyer.
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