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If it's a condo you're planning to sell I would suggest trying for something called a "spot approval" for your unit. This is done by your Buyer's Lender. It's an involved process and not many lenders will want to do it, but if you offer to pay a couple of extra points for your buyer perhaps the Lender would be willing.
FHA has implemented a new system and will stop approving condominiums, leaving that up to individual lenders under their Direct Endorsement Lender Review and Approval Process (DELRAP) program. Even prior to that FHA had offered a "spot approval" program.
You can look on http://www.HUD.gov for information about your condominium project approval or check with your HOA representative who may know.
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