Short Sale And Deed In Lieu Of Foreclosure Mortgage Guidelines

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Short Sale And Deed In Lieu Of Foreclosure Mortgage Guidelines

This BLOG On Short Sale And Deed In Lieu Of Foreclosure Mortgage Guidelines Was UPDATED On December 20th, 2018

How to qualify for mortgage after Short Sale and deed in lieu of foreclosure:

  • Home Buyers can qualify for a mortgage after short sale and deed in lieu of foreclosure
  • There are mandatory waiting periods to qualify for mortgage after short sale and deed in lieu of foreclosure
  • Waiting period depends on the loan programs
  • However, Gustan Cho Associates at Loan Cabin Inc. launched NON-QM Loans
  • There is no waiting period after short sale and deed in lieu of foreclosure to qualify for mortgage loan
  • There is no waiting period after a standard foreclosure with NON-QM Loans
  • There is no mandatory waiting period after Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Qualifying For FHA Loans After Short Sale And Deed In Lieu Of Foreclosure

Borrowers are eligible for FHA insured mortgage after short sale and deed in lieu of foreclosure as well as foreclosure if they meet the following:

  • 3 year waiting period after short sale date of prior home which is reflected on the HUD-1 Settlement Statement
  • 3 year waiting period after the recorded date of deed in lieu of foreclosure and/or foreclosure reflect on county recorder’s of deeds office
  • The waiting period does not start until the deed of the property has been transferred out of the name of the homeowners
  • Deed needs to be transferred into the lenders name or other name or date of sheriff’s sale
  • There is no waiting period after a short sale if the borrower has been timely with all of their mortgage payments as well as other credit payments up to the date of the short sale
  • Furthermore, borrowers need to have been timely for the past 12 months

Two Year Waiting Period On Conventional Loans With 20% Down Payment After Short Sale And Deed In Lieu Of Foreclosure

The two year waiting period after short sale and deed in lieu of foreclosure with 20% down payment to qualify for conventional loans is no longer in effect. This section will remain posted for archival purposes:

For those who have had a prior short sale or a deed in lieu of foreclosure, they can qualify for a conventional mortgage loan with the following conditions:

  • 2 years from the recorded date of the deed in lieu of foreclosure or after 2 years from the date of the short sale HUD Settlement statement only if they have a 20% down payment
  • There cannot be any late payment histories since the deed in lieu of foreclosure and./or short sale and they need to show re-established credit

Again The Above Conventional Guidelines After Short Sale And Deed In Lieu of Foreclosure no longer exists. New waiting period Conventional Guidelines has been implemented and launched

Update On Conventional Loan After Short Sale And Deed In Lieu Of Foreclosure

Unfortunately, the two year waiting period to qualify for a conventional loan after short sale and deed in lieu of foreclosure with 20% down payment no longer is in effect with Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac as of August 2014.

  • The new waiting period to qualify for conventional loans after short sale and deed in lieu of foreclosure is 4 years from the short sale date and/or the recorded date of the deed in lieu of foreclosure
  • Minimum of 5% down payment and re-established credit with a minimum credit score of 5% down payment
  • Waiting period to qualify for conventional loan after a standard foreclosure is 7 years
  • There is a four year waiting period to qualify for conventional loans after Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
  • There is a two year waiting period to qualify for conventional loans after Chapter 13 Bankruptcy discharged date
  • There is a four year waiting period to qualify for conventional loans after Chapter 13 Bankruptcy dismissal date

Fannie Mae Guidelines On Mortgage Part Of Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

There are instances where borrowers may qualify for conventional loans but not FHA, VA, USDA loans if they have mortgage part of Chapter 7 Bankruptcy.

  • Borrowers with mortgage or mortgages part of their Chapter 7 Bankruptcy can qualify for conventional loans in 4 years from the discharged date of the Chapter 7 Bankruptcy discharged date
  • This holds true even though the foreclosure, deed in lieu, or short sale has been recorded after the discharged date
  • This rule only applies on conventional loans
  • With government loans, the waiting period clock does not start until the recorded date of the foreclosure, deed in lieu, or short sale date
  • The mortgage cannot be reaffirmed and the housing event needs to be finalized

Borrowers who need to qualify for a mortgage with a lender with no lender overlays on government and conventional loans can contact The Gustan Cho Team at Loan Cabin at 262-716-8151 or text for faster response. We are available 7 days a week, evenings, weekends, and holidays.

Gustan Cho NMLS ID # 873293

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