Getting Credit Cards, Loans, and Mortgages After Bankruptcy

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Getting any form of credit after bankruptcy can be difficult --  whether it be a credit card, car loan, or mortgage. But with time and careful planning you will be able to enter the credit market again. Most people can get a secured credit card right away, and many can get a mortgage within a few years. 

Rebuilding credit so that you can get new credit takes hard work though. And when you do apply for credit, a loan, or a mortgage, it's important to go about it in the right way. Here you'll find tips on how to get started, where to apply for credit, and the pros and cons of different options.

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