By FHA guidelines you need only wait for two years, so you can get a loan and only put down 3.5% as a down payment.
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Without knowing more details regarding your credit score, debt to income ratio, payment history for the last 6 years I can't give much advice. However, considering you have kept up on all your payments for the last 6 years and have not incurred other financial hardships other then the BK and you are fully employed with a low debt to income you should then be able to get financing. As for the down payment, etc, it will depend on the type of programs and loans you qualify for. Do not let your credit be run a bunch, it will ding your score.
Determine your monthly payment you can afford, take into consideration property taxes, repairs, etc. so you can stay within your means. Put together a list of must haves and wants, get a qualified specialized full time agent in your area with a good reputation. Most likely they have a preferred lender, or call around, ask family & friends. There are even quite a few good professionals on this site that can probably assist you.