Since I am not a mortgage lender, nor am I a real estate agent, I can’t really answer that question. I could however refer you to an agent and a lender that may. If you would like I could either give you their names, or give them your information and have them contact you.
Much happy greetings and Lord’s blessings to you. I am a Jamaican Prince whose family was robbed of many millions of pounds of jewels that have been recently recovered from the bottom of the sea. They are piled on a dock in Singapore and will be shipped to me once I pay the dock fees of $29.30. I’m much short on cash since my diamonds and gold are stacked on dock and I very much need your Christian kindness to help me. If you will send my your bank account number so that I may withdraw the $29.30, I will send you 8 thousand pounds of gold and rubies once my jewels arrive. I promise this to you on my word as a Prince. god bless you and give you many nice stuff. Signed, Oobi Canoobee
Yes you can. You can’t do it with regular financing, but owner financing can be a option. When the contract is written, it is like writing a short story. You can put anything you want into it and if both parties accept, it can be done.
Back in my Realtor days, I was the selling agent on a unique piece of property (2 homes on 5 acres with 500+ feet frontage on a large salmon creek at boundary). The buyer and spouse both had recent bankruptcies. The down payment was semi-precious stones. About $15k of the most gorgeous cut opals you have ever seen. Owner carried back a first and a second mortgage, sold the first at a discount, kept the second. Property was paid off in 6 years. Everyone was happy.