Not with any major lender. Some "hard money lenders" may loan you money if you have a huge down payment, but these are expensive, high rate, short term loans based on the equity in the home more than the credit of the borrower.
I'd encourage you to find a local lender who assists with credit repair. I used to do this when I was a lender and I have one now I refer business to. There are specific steps, some which may not make sense to the average person, in order to get your scores to improve.
In the mean time, keep your payments on time, use credit wisely and pay down your balances. Do not close any accounts or pay off old collections unless specifically instructed to.
You may be a home owner within a few weeks or months if you can get things taken care of.... more