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Dealing With A Past Bankrupcy You Can Still Buy A Home Sooner Than You Might Think
In the past 6 years, more than 5 million Americans have filed for bankruptcy. And while many people believe that filing for bankruptcy causes long-term financial ruin—and will keep them from ever being able to purchase a home—it turns out that might not be the case.
If you have a bankruptcy on your credit file, buying a home is still possible. Focus on raising your credit score and you might be able to make your dream of homeownership a reality sooner than you ever thought possible.
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