If a Veteran Files Bankruptcy and Wants to Buy Another Home in the Future, What Happens?

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by Frank Lozano, Amerisave Mortgage, VA Loan Specialist

A. Veterans who file for bankruptcy are still allowed to use a VA home loan if they are eligible. Unfortunately the process does require a waiting period. You are allowed to purchase another home two years after the “discharge date” of your bankruptcy. Keep in mind that the filing date does not factor in-you must wait the two years after bankruptcy has been discharged. Once you are eligible to buy another home, the usual credit and income requirements apply.

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