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If you have steady income through a verifiable job, and have 20% down, you should be able to qualify, however the bankruptcy will still hurt your credit, and in this market, the best you can do is check your credit score to see where you stand
Credit score is around 653. Income is a state pension and disability, $4300 @ month. I do have down payment in savings.
Your score is good but below what they are asking for in this market, I would try an FHA loan, and other banks,
If you have 10-20% down, you should be able to get a lender
I applied at Illini bank & they turned me down. Do I try several banks?
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