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I can say just stay strong, wait for the Baby to arrive, and then slowly go back on the market. This is not everyday situation. Next time, in next escrow ask the agent to accept offers with approval from direct lenders only.The agent who was assisting you would not know buyers financials. It is all up to lender.Also, the item that appeared on buyers credit is very unique. Good possibility is that it was not on buyers credit history when his credit was run first time, but when lender was running buyers credit for the second time prior to closing it did appear. In some cases lenders are checking buyers credit at the end to make sure that FICO score did not go down, as some of the buyers are buying lots of thing for the house or cars before closing and then they lose qualification for the loanBest of luck next time. It will be good.
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