Moving to South Dallas TX ...HELP!!!

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I just was offered a position in Wheatland TX. The relocation may take place in the next 60 days.

I just purchased my first duplex in Tulsa four months ago. Now I need to move and would like to find another multi-family to live in and rent.

I'm concerned about getting financed to buy another property so soon. I'm a Vet. However I don't know which way to turn in regards to financing. I was thinking using non traditional financing.

I could use any and all advice.

Thank you in advance.

Kevin

@Kevin Young I think you can do another VA loan if your required to relocate with your job? I’m sure someone will jump in and clarify. Other than that I would start talking to some of the local banks to see what I would be qualified for. It all depends on the debt to income ratio and whether you’ve got $ to put up if things go wrong.

@Kevin Young @Dustin Davis @Tyler Hodgson is absolutely right. If you are asked to relocate for your job you can get another VA loan. I've tagged a good buddy of mine that is a lender that can elaborate more, but you'll be just fine!

Hey Kevin, you can definitely get another VA Loan and/or a conventional loan. Send me a PM if you'd like me to dig deeper and see what you would be able to qualify for and we can run some numbers.

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