I prefer not to give you a direct answer. I'm an experience Realtor, so I believe in letting the professional in finances give you a more precised answer for you specific situation.
This is a good score. However, it does depends on the circumstances. I can refer you to a Lender who can also help you fix any pending debts. It's important to put yourself in the best buying situation.
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FHA financing would be 3 years after the foreclosure, Fannie/Freddie (conforming) financing would be 7.
Dismissed Ch 13 BK needs 2 years, so if it happened before/the same time as the foreclosure then it's seasoning would run concurrently to your foreclosure seasoning.
Shorter time frames would apply if the situation was caused by extenuating circumstances and could be documented.
Feel free to ask more questions, etc.
The better question, in my humble opinion? What can you do to make your financial position as strong as possible? I would consider consulting a financial planner (or 2 or 3 to get a variety of opinions). And, I would take some financial workshops.
A great show to watch is "Til Debt Do U$ Part" on CNBC. The host of the show helps real people with serious financial problems to budget and reduce their debt.
Good luck to you. Take the right steps and you can eventually buy -- and keep -- a home. Meanwhile, there is no shame in renting. A lot more people are doing that these days.