Some good answers here.
Absolutely yes, you can get a house on land contract, lease option or lease purchase the day after your bankruptcy is discharged if you want, as long as the seller is willing!
Regarding bank financing, the old rule was that you couldn't get a mortgage loan unless the BK is at least 2 years old and credit re-established.
Most lenders are now saying 3 years after the BK.
A word of caution on buying a house on ANY type of contract for deed (or for sale by owner, for that matter), always have a title search and title guarantee done by a title company and have your attorney review the deal.
Each of those will probably cost somewhere in the range of $200-$500 and may very, so shop around.
After the deal is closed have the title company record the deed! This is very important, and you'll want to have the purchase agreement saying something to that affect that the seller agrees that this is to be done!
And, have your lawyer review the deal BEFORE you sign anything!
(I said to have your lawyer review the deal twice because it's important!
Somone said never buy a rent to own home because they "always fail", that simply isn't true!
I have a good contact with a reputable company who has a long establised successful track record selling rent to own homes here in Toledo. I've shown several of their homes and I think they do an excellent job of rehabbing the house, they are a very professional operation, and their term seem very fair!
There ARE, though, some sleazy operators in town who simply want to take your money, or might even sell you a house that's being foreclosed, and even though you have a contract to buy it, you'll still lose the house!
(one more time, use your lawyer!)
If you would like, I'd be happy to help you get into a good house with established companies.