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Mortgages After Bankruptcy

02MORT-GRAPHIC-master675A personal bankruptcy stands out as a conspicuous blemish on a consumer’s credit report for as long as 10 years. But the barrier it presents to obtaining a mortgage doesn’t have to last that long.

Many individuals who sought bankruptcy protection during the recent recession, which officially ended in 2009, may now be eligible to apply for a mortgage. The mandatory waiting periods to apply for a mortgage backed by Fannie Mae or the Federal Housing Administration last from two to four years.

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Andrew G Balbus
Balbus Law Firm


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