Buying a New Home



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Answer #1

See if you qualify for a Bridge loan with your Lender. Not all lenders have them. If you don’t qualify for this bridge loan, I don’t know of other options.

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Answer #2

A bridge loan is the best way but can be very tough to find. Another option is of course to find a new buyer also that doesn’t have to wait. A hard money loan also is an option but to me that is a last resort and make sure if you do that to check with your lender to ensure that is acceptable. Perhaps a gift from a family member also would be something to consider? Hope some of these ideas were helpful.

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Brent Mendelson
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Rockville, MD 20852
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