If the home is being sold by a relocation company there may be a stucco inspection available.
Many times the relo company will reccomend that the seller have this done.
There are many bad rumors about stucco, but as long as you have it inspected and it's in good condition you should be able to buy with confidence.
Relo comapnies can be challenging to deal with in some cases. I'm a certified relocation specialist and work with many of the major relo companies. I would be happy to represent you as a buyers agent if you need one.
Chuck Green, Realtor
Keller Williams Realty
"serving Atlantas realty needs since 1984"
I would encourage you not to worry much about what you've "heard" about stucco. More so than whether or not you've found the home that fits your specific needs and is within your desired price point. As another agent mentioned earlier you can address any issues or concerns about the home with your inspector during the due diligence period of your contract. Also I would recommend speaking with your real estate consultant about your concerns so that he/she can adjust any possible provisions into the offer. Feel free to contact me if I can be of any help.
P.S. Do not forget first time home buyer credit.