Regaining control of your financial life and getting credit after bankruptcy can be difficult.

There are mortgage lenders that specialize in providing 'post-bankruptcy loans'. These types of loans are most helpful for individuals that have:

- At least one year in Chapter 13 bankruptcy

- Have been practicing a positive payment history towards their trustee

- Own a home worth at least $130,000 in value

- Chapter 13 bankruptcy payoff amount was no more than 65% of their home's current value.

You may be able qualify for a second mortgage if you satisfy all of the above requirements. Get your credit back in order and borrow some money today. A second mortgage is one of the best means for rebuilding credit after bankruptcy.

As mentioned, in the event that you have been in Chapter 13 bankruptcy for a minimum of one year, can exhibit a history of timely trustee payments, and owe no more than 65% of your home's worth and your house is valued the value at least $130,000 you may be able to qualify.

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