Can you get A Kentucky USDA Loan after  bankruptcy, foreclosure, or short sale?


Getting Approved for a Kentucky USDA Loan after bankruptcy, foreclosure, or short sale. 

Kentucky USDA Mortgage Lender for Rural Housing Mortgage Loans

Getting Approved for a Kentucky USDA Loan after bankruptcy, foreclosure, or short sale.  Getting Approved for a Kentucky USDA Loan after bankruptcy, foreclosure, or short sale.


The Kentucky USDA Rural Loan program requires a minimum of three years from the date of a bankruptcy, foreclosure, or short sale to the borrower being eligible for a USDA Loan.  

For both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies the borrower must allow three years from the discharge date prior to submitting a new loan request.

 If the bankruptcy included a property, whether a primary residence or investment property, the earliest a new loan can be obtained is based on USDA Loan short sale and foreclosure guidelines.

When the borrower experienced either a short sale, foreclosure, or surrenders the property through the bankruptcy process, there will be a three year waiting period between the date of property transfer from the borrower to a new entity, and the date the new loan application can be processed.  

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