Hi I wanted to ask how long after a foreclosure can someone apply for a new mortgage, any recommendations as to what banks and or credit Union that are favorable to work with?
all 3 scored are in the high 600's no collections, 1 late payment 1year since foreclosure
The waiting period for home loans vary depending on loan program. Here is a quick run down
1.) Portfolio or NonQM - 1 day after foreclosure. 100% credit score driven. This program has higher rates and fees
2.) VA - 2 years
3.) FHA or USDA RDL - 3 years
4.) Conventional - 5-7 years depending if you file BK7 and added the property.
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The time line required depends on the loan program, the situation & they type of loan you had on the home that was foreclosed on.
1) Portfolio loans will allow 1 day out of a foreclosure but will require at least 20% down & higher rates and fees.
2) FHA & USDA require 3 years unless your foreclosure was the result of extenuating circumstances & then the wait can be as little as 1 year. The caveat here is what type of mortgage you had on the home that was foreclosed on. If it was FHA, VA or USDA you will be listed in CAIVRS & that can effect how long you have to wait. If you included the mortgage in a BK, your 3 year wait starts from when the bank foreclosed, not the bk discharge date.
3) VA - requires a 2 year wait unless you you qualify under extenuating circumstances & then it's dropped to 1 year. If you included the mortgage in a bankruptcy, you wait is 2 years from the bk discharge date or 1 year with extenuating circumstances.
4) Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac are both at 7 years from the foreclosure date unless you have extenuating circumstances & then it drops to 3 yrs & requires 10% down payment. Fannie Mae requires a 4 yr wait when the mortgage is included in a BK & the wait starts from the discharge date of the BK.