If you were going with a typical, traditional type of residential mortgage loan, the answer would be NO. However, having said that, I would suggest that you either go to your banker or where you have your investments to get a loan secured with the property. I've been able to get two of my clients financed with a Federal Credit Union. They deposited at least $200K in their institution and they put 30% down payment on a $400K property. Also, there are companies that will offer asset-based financing. So, given your assets and your down payment amount, your bank may be willing to give you a loan to finance the remaining balance.
Just ask your local banker. It beats the high priced hard-money loan. I will look for the company that offered the asset-based financing and try to get this info to you. Just email me your info at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All the best to you!
Dianne Y. Ayala Steffey, MBA, CLU, ChFC, NMLS #267658
Sterling Mortgage Services NMLS #373771
2929 Mossrock, Ste 222
San Antonio, TX 78230