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Bankruptcy Loan

By Edited Dec 31, 2013 0 1

So you've just completed your bankruptcy proceedings and you now think that your chances of getting a bankruptcy loan are pretty much nil. The truth is that you can still get a loan after bankruptcy as long as you can repair your credit and apply to the right sort of lenders for your bankruptcy loan. Once you do these things you will then essentially be on an even playing field as other types of borrowers, and often times your bankruptcy won't even make a big difference once you have fixed your credit. The kind of loan you are applying for will also make a big difference in terms of how fast you get approved, and how much you'll have to pay for such financing. The following will give you a quick briefing of all the different kinds of loans after bankruptcy that you may be eligible for once you have your credit back online.

The bankruptcy mortgage is the kind of loan that most people are most concerned with after they are finished with their bankruptcy, and your eligibility for such home loans after bankruptcy will depend heavily on your past record with such loans as well as your entire application. You may already have a mortgage after bankruptcy, as many times a person's place of residence cannot be sold off as a result of a bankruptcy. This means that you may be looking to refinance your current mortgage loan and thus be looking to take out a bankruptcy equity home loan. Bankruptcy equity home loans are not unlike other kinds of bankruptcy home loans in that the lender will want to see that you are at least two years removed from your bankruptcy before they can work with you. If you want to receive a mortgage or refinance loan after bankruptcy then it is probably best to wait out these two years and during this time do everything in your power to improve your credit. Once the two years is up and you have your credit in check you can then apply for these sorts of bankruptcy home loans and have full confidence that you should get approved once you apply.

Lenders are typically not as strict with other kinds of loans after bankruptcy, and many times you will only need to get your credit back up to a "fair" level before a particular lender will be able to work with you. There is no two-year rule for these sorts of loans, and the majority of the time it does not take the person coming off the bankruptcy two years to repair their credit so the quicker you can get your credit score up, the quicker you will be able to secure these types of loans. Some of the most popular bankruptcy loans include bankruptcy auto loans, bankruptcy student loans, and bankruptcy personal loans. All of these types of loans can be made to you if you can find a lender that can tolerate the bankruptcy mark that is on your credit report after you have taken the required steps to make the necessary improvements to your credit. Once your credit score is back up and you can show the lender that you make a significant amount of money each month then you should be ready to apply. When it comes to loans after bankruptcy it is really not that difficult to eventually get the kind of financing you need as long as you can put in the time and effort to repair your credit so get to work and make it happen for yourself.

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Sep 28, 2010 10:28am
Amazing article! I definitely enjoyed reading it, and learned quite a bit...I will refer it to anybody that is curious about the subject matter.
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