Recovering from bankruptcy can be a long and difficult process. And even when you’ve been discharged or completed a debt agreement, some lenders will automatically decline your application for a home loan because of the history.
However, there is good news. Some lenders look at things a little bit differently to others. Well-established non-bank lenders like Pepper Money believe a past bankruptcy shouldn’t mean that you’re not able to achieve your future goal of owning your own home. So they designed home loan products specifically to help.
If you’ve been officially discharged from bankruptcy or entered a debt agreement, there are some solutions available today that might suit you. In some cases, a lender may even be able to help with finalising a debt agreement for you – as part of the debt consolidation feature in their relevant home loan option.
Whatever your case looks like, you can begin by talking to us. The more we learn, the better we can help. We’d like to know what you need, understand how the credit issues came about and what’s happened since that means you’re now in a position to consider taking on a mortgage.
Talk to us today about how we may be able to put you in touch with a lender that can help if the major banks say ‘no’ to your loan application.
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