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I am kindasorta retired. That means I have retired 3 times now, but I am still working part time for the same company. I've done nearly every job there, so I'm a good filler.
My question is: does anyone know how to go about refinancing a manufactured home in a park on a rented space? The home is 2 years old, I have owned(?) it for just over a year. I know I should have done this long ago when I was thinking of retiring, but it came on rather suddenly. Not the thinking, but the doing. Health issues were involved.
Now I'm between the job and social security. Have some savings, and my profit sharing hasn't been requested yet. In any case, I want to refinance. Since I have no steady, provable income, lenders don't want to talk to me.
Any suggestions?
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