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Traditionally people who have been through bankruptcy have experienced problems in obtaining a mortgage but in recent years this has all changed and now there are more bankruptcy mortgage lenders than ever.
The impossibility of getting a mortgage after bankruptcy would appear to be a thing of the past. There are now a plethora of bankruptcy mortgage lenders on the market.
Many people view bankruptcy as a fresh start only to find that it is just the beginning of their troubles. Getting any kind of loan or mortgage after bankruptcy can be a real headache. Even after being discharged as a bankrupt, after the usual three year period, you may still find it very difficult to obtain a mortgage. Regardless of your previous mortgage repayment record, few high street mortgage lenders will consider your mortgage application. From their point of view the risk of lending you money is simply too high. However, don?t give up hope too quickly, there are now specialists in the bankruptcy mortgage lender field who will consider lending you money. While bankruptcy may remain on your credit record for up to ten years, and may result in higher interest rates, filing for bankruptcy will not totally prevent you from receiving a mortgage.
How to Choose a Bankruptcy Mortgage Lender
Many people find that choosing a bankruptcy mortgage lender, even in the current market circumstances, is not as difficult as they first think. There are a number of traditional mortgage lenders who simply will not even consider lending to those after bankruptcy and so they are fairly easily wiped from the list. This leaves you with a limited number of mortgage lenders. The best way to ensure success with these is to work hard to improve your credit rating by paying your debts following the bankruptcy on time. By taking a few simple steps you may find you are able to obtain a good rate from a sub prime lender.
For those with a history of bankruptcy looking to get a mortgage then it is highly advisable to visit a specialist mortgage broker who has specialist experience of the market and can scan for the latest deals and offers. By choosing a good bankruptcy mortgage broker, you ensure that you will receive multiple offers from a variety of sub prime lenders, allowing you to make an ideal rate comparison.The question is: what constitutes a good bankruptcy mortgage broker? You need to ensure that the bankruptcy mortgage broker is giving you impartial advice and is not trying to take advantage of your situation. The best way to do this is to ensure that the mortgage broker you use is FSA approved and that you go to several brokers who will offer you a variety of bankruptcy mortgage lenders for you to compare. You will need to pay particular attention to the fees charged.
I’m a creditor whose debt is secured by a real mortgage. I’ve received recently a notice that the debtor has filed for bankruptcy under chapter 7 of the US Bankruptcy code. What will happen to both my loan and my mortgage? Will I be enjoined from foreclosing the mortgage? The insolvent debtor by the way is an individual, not a corporation. Please prvide legal basis.
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I’m planning to relocate, but current owe a mortgage for $50k. I also have a bankruptcy on my record thats a couple of years old. I’d like to find new home in the state I choose to live in. Would I be able to get a second mortgage or refinance my current home in order to pay for a new one?
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