Not right now..... improve your credit, save down payment money and connect with a reputable lender in your area and get advice how and when to apply again to get a mortgage. In most cases it will take
several years.... Did they not explain that to you at the time of the bankruptcy? I am sure you did
so with an attorney and he or she should be able to give you detailed information about what comes
after.... You may have to wait another 2 1/2 years, but talk to a local lender and see what they can do
for you, the rules often change...
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It depends on what you mean by "low credit score". FHA is more lenient with credit scores, but clearly, your credit history is a very important facet of the information your lender will want to know.... more