FHA allows owner occupants only. If you are are not going to actually live there and use it for investment purposes you do take the risk of being prosecuted for mortgage fraud if you are caught. However even if you take such a risk and don't get caught, you can only have one investment property with an FHA loan because you can't possibly have more than one primary residences. Bottom line: It is not worth the risk. Wait until you have at least 25% for a down payment per the investment property minimum requirement.
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