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Tips for First-Time Home Buyers After Bankruptcy and Credit Repair

Qualifying for a Mortgage After Bankruptcy

Lenders understand that after your Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you have less debt to pay and more money to pay a mortgage. In most cases, you will have to wait for two years from the date of a Chapter 7 bankruptcy discharge date. Meanwhile, a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, which is a three to a five-year repayment plan, after 12 months of on-time bankruptcy plan payments, you can get an FHA loan.

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