The FHA is generally more flexible than conventional lenders in its qualifying guidelines. In fact, the FHA allows you to re‐establish credit if:
- two years have passed since a bankruptcy has been discharged all judgments have been paid
- any outstanding tax liens have been satisfied or appropriate arrangements have been made to establish a repayment plan with the IRS or state Department of Revenue
- three years have passed since a foreclosure or a deed‐in‐lieu has been resolved
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