Brian, before you look into putting that much money down, consider this:
With your score, you'll need to go FHA. We use the middle of 3 scores, so we'll need to know what your Equifax and TransUnion scores are in order to find out if you qualify. Score is not the only factor that qualifies you, which is why you're smart to ask to speak to someone about financing.
You'll need to make sure the condo is FHA approved (or VA if you are a Veteran). For every $1000 down, you save $5 a month. So, putting $17,000 down versus FHA's minimum 3.5% down ($2975) is a difference of $14,000 to round down. That's a payment difference of $70 a month. I'm sure for $70 a month more you can find a better way to save or spend $14,000 (towards increasing your score for future purchases).
Add to that is the fact that your loan amount will fall below a certain amount that the lender deems too low to finance and will charge you points or a higher rate. The banks don't make money on loans that are too small and therefore charge you for it.
I am licensed in all 50 states, however, I'd rather see you put less money down and stick the $14,000 into an IRA.