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First, you could try to renegotiate the terms of your loan (reduce the interest rate, reduce the principal, increase the amortization period, etc).
Second, you might be able to obtain a hard-money loan.
Third, you might be able to obtain a bridge loan. (You can google for the previous 2 options.)
Fourth, you could use creative financing. Although the transaction I'm about to briefly describe isn't very common in residential real-estate, it's relatively common in commercial real-estate. You could offer to sell your property (to an investor--for a fixed number [ie 5] of years), with a lease-back provision, and with a buy-back option (that you could exercise within the 5 years to repurchase the home at a fixed price).