Bankruptcy – Foreclosure – Short Sale

Florida Mortgage 1 day after bankruptcy or Foreclosure

PORTFOLIO- PRIVATE FLORIDA MORTGAGE LENDER APPROVALS!

  • Purchase 1 day after bankruptcy, foreclosure, short sale and deed in lieu of Florida foreclosure up to 2.5 million.  These are not  subprime loans, but they do often have higher interest rates, and higher closing costs.
  • Florida Portfolio mortgage lender offer private Florida mortgage loan approvals are looking at other compensating factors to approve these loans. Examples include: 12 months timely rental history, high credit scores, lower loan to value (larger down payments), and reserves (future Florida mortgage payments in the account at closing).

A minimum 500 credit score For Florida Portfolio Mortgage Lenders Programs!!

BAD CREDIT FHA MORTGAGE LENDERS APPROVALS WITH MINIMAL DOWN PAYMENT AND CLOSING FEES:

  • Down payment only 3.5% of the purchase price.
  • Gifts from family or FHA Grants for down payment assistance and closing costs OK!
  • Sellers can credit the buyer’s up to 6% of sales price towards buyers costs and pre-paid.
  • No reserves or future payments in account required.
  • FHA regulated closing costs.
  • Read more about buying a home with an FHA mortgage Bad Credit –No Credit – Investment –Second Home –Multi Family – 

BAD CREDIT FHA MORTGAGE LENDERS MAKE QUALIFYING EASIER BECAUSE YOU CAN PURCHASE:

  • 12 months after a chapter 13 Bankruptcy FHA mortgage Lender approvals!
  • 24 months after a chapter 7 Bankruptcy FHA mortgage Lender approvals!
  • 3 years after a Foreclosure FHA mortgage Lender approvals!
  • No Credit Score FHA mortgage Lender approvals!
  • 580 required for 96.5% financing or 3.5% down payment FHA mortgage Lender approvals.
  • 500 required for 90% financing or 10% down payment FHA mortgage Lender approvals.
  • Bad Credit with minimum 500 FICO credit score with 10% Down Payment FHA. For FHA mortgage applicants with credit scores between 500 and 579 must make down payments of at least 10% down!
  • Read more about FHA Qualifying Qualification Summary – Manual Underwrite – Collections-Judgement’s – Bankruptcy or Foreclosure – Compensating Factors –

BAD CREDIT FHA MORTGAGE LENDERS ALLOW HIGHER DEBT TO INCOME & EASIER JOB QUALIFYING

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SAME DAY PRE APPROVALS!

FHA- FHA MORTGAGE AFTER FLORIDA BANKRUPTCY APPROVALS!

  • Chapter 13 Bankruptcy- You may apply for a FHA mortgage after your bankruptcy has been discharged for 12 Months or  (1) year with a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy. You must have 0 x 30 day late payments, and permission from the chapter 13 trustee.
  • Chapter 7 Bankruptcy- You may apply for a FHA mortgage after your bankruptcy has been discharged for TWO (2) years with a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy.  You may apply for a FHA insured loan after your bankruptcy has been discharged for ONE (1) year with a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
  • Foreclosure – You may apply for a FHA insured loan THREE (3) years after the Florida Foreclosure sale/deed transfer date. You may have to search county records office to locate the deed in order to count a full 3 years. 
  • Short Sale / Deed in Lieu – You may apply for a FHA insured loan THREE (3) years after the sale date of your foreclosure. FHA treats a short sale the same as a Foreclosure for now.You may have to search county records office to locate the deed in order to count a full 3 years. 
  • Credit must be re-established no late payments in past 12-24 months, depending on hardship
  • Application Date must be after the above waiting period to be eligible for FHA financing after hardship.You may have to search county records office to locate the deed transfer out of your name fin order to count a full 3 years. 

Florida FHA Mortgage Lenders Require A minimum 580 credit score.

VA- FLORIDA MORTGAGE LENDERS APPROVALS!

  • Chapter 13 Bankruptcy – Once you have finished making all payments satisfactorily, the Florida mortgage lender may conclude that you have reestablished satisfactory credit.
    • If you have made at least 12 months of timely  payments and the Trustee or the Florida Bankruptcy Judge approves of the new home purchase, the Florida mortgage lender will approve financing after a chapter 13 bankruptcy.
  • Chapter 7 Bankruptcy – You may apply for a VA mortgage loan TWO (2) years after a Florida chapter 7 Bankruptcy.
  • Foreclosure / Deed in Lieu – You may apply for a VA mortgage loan TWO (2) years after a Florida foreclosure.
  • Short Sale – VA does not recognize a short sale as a derogatory event however most Florida mortgage lenders do. Most lenders will require a full 2 years after the deed was transferred out of your name and you re establish credit.
  • Credit must be re-established with a minimum 550 credit score
  • Application Date must be after the above waiting period to be eligible for VA mortgage after hardship.

Florida VA Mortgage Lenders Require A minimum 550 credit score.

USDA-  FLORIDA MORTGAGE APPROVALS!

  • Foreclosure – You may apply for a USDA rural loan THREE (3) years after a Florida Foreclosure.
  • Bankruptcy – You may apply for a USDA rural loan THREE (3) years after the discharge of a Chapter 7 or 13 Florida Bankruptcy.
  • Short Sale / Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure – Florida mortgage lenders require 3 years after a Florida foreclosure.

Florida USDA Lenders Require A minimum 550 credit score.

CONVENTIONAL– FLORIDA MORTGAGE APPROVALS!

  • Foreclosure – You may apply for a Florida Conventional mortgage, Fannie Mae loan (7) SEVEN years after the sale date of your Florida foreclosure.
  • Bankruptcy – You may apply for a Conventional, Fannie Mae loan after your Chapter 7 bankruptcy has been discharged for FOUR (4) years, TWO (2) years from the discharge of a Chapter 13
  • Short Sale / Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure –Waiting period for Florida foreclosure that was included in Bankruptcy If mortgage is included in Bankruptcy, waiting period defaults to FOUR (4) from the discharge date. Florida Short Sale or Deed in Lieu of Florida Foreclosure not included in a Bankruptcy has a new Waiting Period of FOUR (4) years from date your name is removed from title.  This replaces the ability to buy in 24 months with 20% down payment and minimum 680 credit score.

Florida Conventional Lenders Require A minimum 620 credit score.