Mortgage Guidelines On Foreclosure And Bankruptcy
This BLOG On Mortgage Guidelines On Foreclosure And Bankruptcy Was UPDATED On June 26, 2017
- If a mortgage loan borrower had a prior bankruptcy, there is a 2 year waiting period from the date of the bankruptcy discharge before a home buyer has to wait to qualify for a mortgage.
- If you have foreclosure but not a bankruptcy, there is a mandatory 3 year waiting period from the date of the sheriff’s sale or the date the deed of your house was transferred out of your name before a home buyer can qualify for a mortgage loan.
- The 3 year waiting period also applies for short sales and a deed in lieu of foreclosure as well.
Having a Foreclosure and Bankruptcy in Mortgage Qualification
What if you had a foreclosure and bankruptcy at the same time.
- If you had a foreclosure and bankruptcy at the same time and your foreclosure was part of your personal bankruptcy, the 3 year waiting period will apply.
- Unfortunately, I get many calls from potential home buyers who think they are able to qualify for a home loan who had a foreclosure and bankruptcy 2 years prior.
- Unfortunately, these potential home owners get the bad news that they need to wait an extra year.
Home Loan after Foreclosure and Bankruptcy in Mortgage Qualification
I specialize in helping mortgage loan borrowers with prior bad credit and mortgage loan borrowers who have high debt to income ratios but I cannot do anything with the Federally mandated waiting period guidelines.
- Mortgage borrowers with open collections, unsatisfied judgments, credit scores as low as 500, short term on the job, or are self employed can qualify for FHA Loans.
- However, under FHA Mortgage Guidelines On Foreclosure And Bankruptcy borrowers who has a foreclosure and/or bankruptcy at the same time, there is a three year waiting period after the recorded date of the foreclosure to qualify for FHA Loans.
- Under Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Mortgage Guidelines On Foreclosure And Bankruptcy , borrowers with mortgage part of Chapter 7 bankruptcy can qualify for conventional loans four years from the discharged date of the Chapter 7 Bankruptcy.
- The foreclosure can be recorded after the discharged date of the Chapter 7 Bankruptcy.
Rebuilding Credit After Foreclosure And Bankruptcy In Mortgage Qualification
Mortgage Guidelines On Foreclosure And Bankruptcy on government and conventional loans have mandatory waiting period. However, with NON-QM Loans, there are no waiting period to qualify for mortgage after bankruptcy and/or foreclosure.
- Even though mortgage applicants have a waiting period requirements on government loans, they should consult with a loan officer if they qualify for non qm loans.
- Loan officers can advise borrowers on how to rebuild credit and some will assist and advise on how to improve credit scores.
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