If you are buying single family residential investment property in South Florida, government loans may be hard to come by.
Do you own any other properties under a corporate name? If so, and you're are buying more for the purposes of investment, you might look into an SBA loan. Usually these loans are devoted to businesses, however business with real estate attached often qualify. Whether real estate alone as the business will fit the guidelines may be up to the lender. You best bet is to check with a lender who specializes in SBA loans.
Short of that, you will be best off with a 203-K or Homepath loan that allows for investment real estate in South Florida.
Marc Jablon, The Jablon Team
RE/MAX Complete Solutions