Ingrid B. Quinn

NMLS ID #211652 Arizona, Loan Consultant

Adverse Financial Event

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Have you had an Adverse Finanacial Event, such as bankruptcy, short sale or foreclosure? If so, the following timelines are what you need to follow to be able to return to the home buyer pool.

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy:

Conventional Financing = 4 Years froms discharge date

FHA = 2 Years drom discharge date

VA = 2 Years from discharge date

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy:

Conventional= 4 Years from discharge date

FHA = 12 Months acceptable payment history & court approval

VA = 12 Months acceptable payment history & court approval

Short Sale or Deed-In-Lieu:

Conventional

– 2 Years 20% Down Payment

– 4 Years 10% Down Payment

– 7 Years for below 10% Down Payment

FHA = 3 Years

VA = 2 Years

Foreclosure

Coventional = 7 Years

FHA = 3 Years

VA = 2 Years

It is a good idea that 6 months before you are eligible to buy again, you have your loan officer/ lender check your credit to verify that there are no other complications with your credit history. This should be done to give yourself the proper amount of time to rectify any issue and prepare to buy again. As mentioned in my previous entry, “Credit Score Needed to Buy a Home”, as a prospective home buyer you need to have a minimum credit score of 620, preferably higher. If you have any questions or comments on this subject, please feel free to email me at ingrid.quinn@cobaltmortgage.com

Author: ibquinn

I am a Senior Loan Officer at Caliber Home Loans, with over 32 years of Mortgage Banking experience. I have the expertise and knowledge to help focus in on your homeownership goals and make them into reality. My team of experienced mortgage professionals and I can assist you in all steps of the home buying process and ensure that you have a smooth and hassle-free transaction. Caliber cannot accept mortgage loan applications or inquiries for properties located in New York through this site. Ingrid Quinn NMLS #211652 BK#0923637 www.ScottdaleMortgageExpert.com

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