I have read on various forums that FHA may allow or finance early than 2 yrs after a BK if the BK was due to extenuating circumstance... illness, death and such. We would not have needed the BK had my wife not had the stroke and become unable to work. She is completely disabled now. Are you aware if that is true about FHA? Should I pursue FHA financing. My wife really needs a better quality of life than I can give her in an apartment.
"request letter"? What is that and do you know where I might acquire an example draft?
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