Unfortunately there is not much you can do personally to get the condominium development approved by VA. The complex must meet certain criteria and VA guidelines in order for them to finance any units in the development. The number of units rented versus owner occupied, number of units that have been sold and closed by the developer, and a minimum number of units in the complex behind in association dues, are a few factors taken into account. A representative for the condominium board of managers will have to complete an affidavit supplied by VA which will have all of the questions they require answers to for approval. VA also will require certain documentation to be reviewed by them. The financial situation of the condo is critical to their approval, so they will want to see the current budget, minutes of prior meetings and the amount of money in the reserve account, to name a few. As far as moving things along quickly, it will depend on how fast the association meets the requests for documentation. I hope this helps and good luck.