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Can i go bankrupt then buy a home?
If i were to go bankrupt in the next few months how long will it take for me to be able to get a mortage?

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Bye, bye home!!

Bankryuptcy will only hurt your chances of getting a home for at least ten years!! I suggest you use this site for what its intended purpose is and that is to LEARN about credit, how it works and how to build good credit.  Read the articles and use the financial resources so you can benefit.  Takes a bit of work and patience, but it is worth it!

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Bye, bye home!!

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Bankruptcy will only hurt your chances of getting a home for at least ten years!! I suggest you use this site for what its intended purpose is and that is to LEARN about credit, how it works and how to build good credit.  Read the articles and use the financial resources so you can benefit.  Takes a bit of work and patience, but it is worth it!

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