Well. there are lenders who can close a loan in two weeks, but if your current lender couldn't approve the complex, will your new lender be able to? What type of loan are you using? I work with a lender that could close the loan if the condo can be approved. It's a smaller, local direct lender that has in-house underwriting, and sometimes this can make a difference believe it or not, and sometimes there are work-arounds that will help, and still be compliant. At the very least, you can contact me and I'll send you the lender's contact info. Then you can check what types of loans were used in recent sales as Mark suggested (ask your agent to contact the selling agents), and/or try for the CC&R amendment as Bill suggested. If you go that rout, it'll just be a longer short sale.