When Does Waiting Period After Bankruptcy And Foreclosure Start Date Begin?
Waiting Period After Bankruptcy And Foreclosure Start Date:
Waiting period after bankruptcy and foreclosure start date depends on the type of bankruptcy and the type of foreclosure and the type of the mortgage loan program. There are two types of bankruptcies. The first is Chapter 7 Bankruptcy which is also know as total liquidation. Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is normally for consumers who have little to no assets and with little to no income where the bankruptcy courts will normally discharge most debts except for certain debts such as income taxes, government back debts such as student loans, and child support payments. A Chapter 7 Bankruptcy enables consumers to wipe out most or all of their debts and have a fresh financial start in life. The second type of bankruptcy is a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy . To qualify for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, the consumer needs to be employed because Chapter 13 Bankruptcy is a debt restructuring plan based on the consumer’s gross income. A portion of the consumer’s gross income is allocated to pay the restructured debts of creditors and this is normally done between three to five years. Creditors will get a portion or percentage of borrowers paycheck monthly and when the repayment period, which is set by the Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Trustee, is over, the remaining balance of the creditor’s debts gets discharged and the consumer will then be debt free and have a new financial start in life.
Waiting Period After Bankruptcy And Foreclosure Start Date: Chapter 7 Bankruptcy And Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
There is a mandatory waiting of two years from the discharged date of a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy to qualify for a FHA Loan. Mortgage lenders will not go by the filing date but rather the waiting period starts the date of the Chapter 7 Bankruptcy. The Federal Housing Administration has a mandatory one year waiting period to qualify for a FHA Loan after Chapter 13 Bankruptcy to qualify for FHA Loans. In order to qualify for FHA Loans during the repayment period of a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, the mortgage loan borrower needs to show 12 months consecutive on time payment history to creditors and cannot have a single late payment. The mortgage loan borrower also needs the approval of the Chapter 13 Bankruptcy trustee. All Chapter 13 Bankruptcy mortgage loan applications are all manual underwriting . Verification Of Rent are required on all manual underwrites and the only way a verification of rent is valid is by the mortgage loan borrower to provide 12 months of canceled checks and/or bank statements showing that they have made timely payments in the past 12 months to their landlord. If the mortgage loan borrower has been renting from a property management company, a verification of rent letter provided by the mortgage lender and completed and signed by the property manager can be used in lieu of 12 months canceled checks and/or bank statements. If the Chapter 13 Bankruptcy was discharged, then there is no waiting period after the Chapter 13 Bankruptcy discharge date and mortgage loan borrowers can qualify for a FHA Loan the date the Chapter 13 Bankruptcy is discharged. However, this will be a manual underwriting file because the Automated Underwriting System will not render an approve/eligible per Automated Underwriting System right after a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy discharge. Manual Underwriting submissions require verification of rent.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac requires a mandatory waiting period of 4 years after a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Discharge. The waiting period start date begins the date of the Chapter 7 Bankruptcy discharged date and not the Chapter 7 Bankruptcy filing date.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac requires a two year waiting period to qualify for a Conventional Loan after a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy discharge date. The waiting period start date begins from the actual discharged date of the Chapter 13 Bankruptcy.
Waiting Period After Bankruptcy And Foreclosure Start Date
HUD Requires a mandatory waiting period of three years from the recorded date of a foreclosure and/or deed in lieu of foreclosure to qualify for FHA Loan. The waiting period start date is not the day that you turned in your keys but the actual date of the sheriff’s sale or the date that the deed was transferred out of your name into the name of the mortgage lender and recorded on public records. HUD requires a mandatory three year waiting period to qualify for a FHA Loan after a short sale. The short sale waiting period start date is the date that the property was sold and changed hands that is reflected on the HUD-1 Settlement Statement.
Fannie Mae And Freddie Mac require a mandatory four year waiting period to qualify for a conventional loan after a deed in lieu of foreclosure and/or short sale. The waiting period after deed in lieu of foreclosure start date is the date that the deed was transferred out of the name of the homeowner into the mortgage lender’s name and not the date the keys were surrendered to the lender. With a short sale, the waiting period after short sale start date is four year after the date the property was sold which is reflected on the HUD-1 Settlement Statement.
Fannie Mae And Freddie Mac has a mandatory waiting period of seven years after foreclosure to qualify for a conventional loan. The waiting period after foreclosure start date is seven years from the date of the sheriff’s sale or the recorded date of the foreclosure and not the date where the homeowner moved out of the home.
Mortgage Part Of Bankruptcy
If you had a mortgage or mortgages part of your Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, then there is a four year waiting period to qualify for a conventional loan from the date of the Chapter 7 Bankruptcy discharged date. As long as the mortgage and/or mortgages were part of the Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, the foreclosure can be recorded after the Chapter 7 Bankruptcy discharge date and will not affect the waiting period.
HUD has different requirements with mortgage part of bankruptcy in qualifying for FHA Loans. If you had a mortgage and/or mortgages part of bankruptcy, then the waiting period to qualify for FHA Loan is three years after the recorded date of the foreclosure and/or foreclosures. The discharge date of the Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is not the start date of the waiting period. The waiting period start date depends when the deed was transferred out of the homeowners name to the lender’s name or the date of the sheriff’s sale.