If you have had a foreclosure, short sale or bankruptcy in the past few years, I am sure you are like most customers I run into. They always ask, “Hector when will I be able to purchase a home again?”.
This is a great question and concern that should have been addressed prior of the decision to foreclose, short sale or bankruptcy.
Also, please keep in mind a foreclosure + bankruptcy can always be much more negative than either one alone.
At this point in time, if you wish to obtain an FHA loan, you must wait at least 3 years after trustee sale for a foreclosure, 3 years from completion/closing of a short sale if you were in default and 2 years from discharge date of a bankruptcy.
If you want to pursue a conventional loan, you must wait 4 years post chapter 7 and 11 bankruptcy with some exceptions, 7 years post trustee sale for a foreclosure and 3-5 years post short sale closing.
But there are ways to buy with out credit
- Down payment of 35% or more with a private investor with high interest rate
- Rent to Owned
You can have a lawyer firm fix your credit, check this group georggin law
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