Getting a mortgage after a divorce depends on your debt to income ratio just like with all mortgage underwriting calculations. Things to consider when calculating your debt to income ratio are: do you have joint debts, contingent liabilities or alimony obligations that will count against you? Do you have sufficient seasoned support income or seasoned income from property settlement note? If you meet the debt to income ratio, then yes. If not, it is still possible to finance with non-prime lending which means your interest rate will be higher - possible solutions can be outlined for you.