It will depend on a coupl of things.
1) What chapter did you file, 7 or 13?
2) When was it discharged?
3) What type of mortgage do you need/want - FHA, VA, USDA and Conventional all have different guidelines/requirements.
4) Have you re-established your credit, meaning have you opened new accounts or were you able to pull through any accounts when you filed?
5) Have you made your payments on time since the discharge?
There is a lot more to qualifying for a mortgage but it seems like your question is specific to the bankruptcy so I'm just going to stick with that.
The best thing for you to do is have a mortgage banker/broker pull a copy of your credit and go over it with you. Once your credit has been reviewed, the lender can either -pre-approve you or tell you what you need to do to get approved.
By the way, it looks like most of Lea County is eligible for the no money down USDA mortgage.
Feel free to contact me if you need more information or help.