Homeownership after bankruptcy, foreclosure or short sale is possible. However, when you can buy a home again depends on a number of factors.
Each mortgage lender has specific elapsed time requirements that you must meet before you can attempt to get financing to purchase a home again. These are to ensure that you have had the time to show that your credit has been sufficiently re-established.
Our FREE Fact Sheet will provide you with a timeline guide to homeownership after bankruptcy, foreclosure or short sale.
You will learn:
- List of programs you may be eligible for and their elapsed time requirements
- Other factors that may affect your eligibility for a specific program
- Additional facts about homeownership after bankruptcy, foreclosure or short sale