Yes, as long as the property meets USDA guidelines. As Janice pointed out, you should take a look at Fannie Mae financing options, as well and choose the loan program that best meets your needs.
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It will be up to bank on what they accept. I was a buyer's agent and my client's came in with a reasonable offer, no contigencies, no seller's assist, and about 8 weeks later the offer was rejected. The bank wanted full market value. My buyer's said "goodbye"to the deal and moved on. Some banks are coming around with Short Sales, some aren't. I wish you great luck in your RE pursuit.... more