Asbolutely. Purchasing a home on a land contract is pretty much excatly the same as purchasing a home traditionally. The only difference is the seller will in essence "be your mortgage company" for a period of time (the contract period). Then you would go to another lender to obtain the funds to re-finance and pay off the prior seller. I will tell you that sellers that offer a home on a land contract are typically more guarded and strict on their terms.