I bought the first one relatively cheap at 90000, and in one year the value went up to 150,000. I recently found a renter for it that offered 1500 a month, my mortgage and HOA is only 800. I am trying to get another place in the 150,000 range. Is there a way that I can keep the two mortgage payments separate so I can pay one down quicker? I also want to get the new home with my VA loan. The first one was conventional.

Edit: I've paid the first loan down to 65,000 in less than two years, if that helps me.

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