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Mortgages for Discharged Bankrupts

Even if you have been discharged as a bankrupt, you are likely to find it difficult to obtain a mortgage with a high street lender.

Regardless of your previous mortgage repayment record, it's unlikely a high street lender will be willing to offer you a home loan as they perceive the risk as being too great.

Fortunately, there are some specialist lenders who are prepared to offer mortgages and remortgages to people who have previously been declared bankrupt.

Providing you can put down a reasonable deposit, being a discharged bankrupt needn't prevent you from securing a competitive mortgage.

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