Fannie Mae's Latest Guidance for Foreclosures, Bankruptcies, & Short Sales

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Mortgage and Lending with Prospect Mortgage NMLS #151088

Fannie Mae has updated its polices regarding new financing for borrowers with a previous bankruptcy, foreclosure, or short sale.  The waiting period ranges from 2 years from the discharge date of a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy to 7 years from the date of a Foreclosure.

 

 

Derogatory Event

Waiting Period Requirements

Waiting Period with Extenuating Circumstances

Bankruptcy – Chapter 7 or 11 4 years 2 years
Bankruptcy – Chapter 13
  • 2 years from discharge date
  • 4 years from dismissal date
  • 2 years from discharge date
  • 2 years from dismissal date
Multiple Bankruptcy Filings 5 years if more than one filing within the past 7 years 3 years from the most recent
discharge or dismissal date
Foreclosure 7 years 3 years

Additional requirements after 3
years up to 7 years:
  • 90% maximum LTV
  • Purchase, Principal residence
  • Limited cash-out refinance, all occupancy types
Deed-in-Lieu of Foreclosure
  • 2 years – 80% maximum LTV
  • 4 years – 90% maximum LTV
  • 7 years – LTV ratios per the Eligibility Matrix

 

2 years – 90% maximum LTV

Pre-foreclosure Sale
  • 2 years – 80% maximum LTV
  • 4 years – 90% maximum LTV
  • 7 years – LTV ratios per the Eligibility Matrix

 

2 years – 90% maximum LTV

Short Sale
  • 2 years – 80% maximum LTV
  • 4 years – 90% maximum LTV
  • 7 years – LTV ratios per the Eligibility Matrix

 

2 years – 90% maximum LTV

 

 

All borrowers will now be required to meet the minimum waiting period after the derogatory event in order to be eligible for a new conventional mortgage loan backed by Fannie Mae. 

 

 

 

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It is always advisable to consult with a knowledgeable lending professional when navigating today's turbulent mortgage and real estate marketplace.  I am committed, qualified and equipped to help you evaluate your options!

 

 

 

Also check out:

 

Conventional Financing Mortgage Program Overview/Updates

 

FHA Financing Mortgage Program Overview/Updates

 

Georgia Dream Down Payment Assistance Program Overview/Updates

 

USDA Financing Mortgage Program Updates  

 

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Thanks for this post Rodney.  I had wondered how severely ones credit was affected when they file for short sales, foreclosures, etc. I love the chart!

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