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yes, you can get a mortgage, but you will have to wait until approximately two years after your bankruptcy is discharged to do so. During this time period, you need to build up your personal credit - with secured cards, getting trade lines (if you can) and making payments on time - to establish that you are recovering from the bankruptcy and have stability enough that a lender or bank would be willing to give you a mortgage loan.
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Yes. Agressive programs from agressive lenders makes money available for people who have filed a BK.
Sometimes minor credit repair is needed for a mortgage after bankruptcy. Often credit report balances will not reflect as zero and instead show the full amount owed prior to bankrutpcy. If you have filed a bankruptcy in the past its important to go over your credit report with a professional to make sure its completely accurate.
Please note that getting a mortgage after bankruptcy is not impossible it just will take time to find a lender who will lend to an ex bankrupt. And for more information visit http://www.bankruptcy-insolvency.co.uk/ … ruptcy.php
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