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Depending on how bad your credit is, maybe. There are two general sources for an loan secured by property, conventional bank lender and/or mortgage brokers are one source that all work with stricter guidelines but offer the most competitive rates and programs and hard money lenders.
A hard money lender would look at your equity situation and consider loaning you some money. The terms from a hard money lender will vary greatly, so shop this carefully.
When I have a client with credit issues, it's easy to say no or refer them to a hard money lender, but the best solution for everyone is to take the time to work through why the credit is damaged and set up a plan to both repair the credit and set the client up for long term success. Too often people in your position will end up losing everything, including all that equity and the property attached if they don't resolve the issues that got them there. Consider meeting with someone to get an outside perspective on your whole circumstances so you can make the wisest choice.