Hi, This depends on a lot of factors. The best answers you will get contacting your local lender/ mortgage person. She / He can run some reports and help with building a good record for you. I know it worked before foe few people I know. Good luck!
There are lenders that will give you a loan after bankruptcy but you could end up with a higher rate or you may have to bring in a larger down payment...Here is another option... How about Credit restoration? It works, we can remove all negative items from your credit report including bankruptcy. Its not cheap so for those that can't pay upfront... we have come up with a program where we Pay it Forward and you pay us back when its done.
A bankruptcy remains on your credit report for up to 7 years so qualifying with a mortgage lender would be very tough. It is possible, however, to find an owner who is willing to do owner financing (in which the owner holds the note) since you have that much to put down. Please feel free to contact me for more help.