Can I get a construction loan before my 2 years are up of my chapter 7 bankruptcy? Discharged August of 2014

we have $25,000 and we own with no liens 8 acres. Also have a 690 credit score
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answer by Fred McLean    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
We are currently offering a loan to individuals and corporate bodies worldwide with an interest rate of as low as 2%, depending on the exact amount and loan duration. Services are; * Home Improvement * Inventor Loans * Car Loans * Debt Consolidation Loan * Line of Credit * Second Loan * Business Loans * Personal Loans * International Loans Email me and secure a loan within 24 to 48 hours. We can offer loan up to 50 Million USD, we can also enter partnership agreement in any profitable project. UNITED TRUST SERVICES ------------ We are here to invest.
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answer by Bill L    |   Contact Me
Hi Christine. Before you can qualify for a construction loan, the bankruptcy period should have elapsed. Once the slate has been wiped clean, then you can apply for the loan and kick start your project. Ensure that you consult a financial professional first to know what your options are. Please note the content is not intended to be, legal or investment advice. You should consult a licensed attorney or realtor for advice regarding your individual situation.
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answer by Adam Lesner    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
We typically go up to 75% loan to value on our construction loans. A big question would be: how much will the loan be, and how much will the home appraise for when the building is done. Feel free to reach out to me, and I'll be glad to take a look at your specific scenario. I look forward to speaking with you soon. All he best! Adam Lesner
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answer by Natan Espinosa    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Hi, I check with a local lender and he said that you need the 2 years of the bankruptcy discharged
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