Yes, there are.
(In fact, in some categories, and for some buyers, there are 100% loans.)
My recommendation is to talk to AT LEAST three lenders, from the following categories: a 'Big Box' bank (like BofA, Suntrust, etc.) , a smaller local bank (Acacia, BB&T, Farmers), YOUR bank or Credit Union (PenFed, NCFU, etc.), and a Mortgage Broker. (Lots of these.)
See what 'products' they have (how the profession often calls different types of loans.)
See what THEIR FEES ARE. (on an estimate they give you, they often lump together all of the closing costs. BUT, they do not control the costs for lots of it, Taxes, Transfer Tax, Title Insurance, Title company fees, Insurance, and often escrows for those items.
So, do not count those, they will probably be the same, REGARDLESS of your loan. You just want to know how much money is going to get the loan. When you go to compare the loan terms, this and your monthly payment (and what it covers) are the two things to consider. Common Sense or Rule of Thumb, the more you pay out upftont, the less your monthly payments should be.
Good Luck! DC homes are the best investment in the Country!