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It's not common but can happen for different reasons. If the home is close to auction sale then there may not be time for buyer financing. The listing agent will usually tell your agent of this situation prior to your submitting the offer. Another reason may be the condition of the home is such that there is disrepair or some type of litigation is involved and financing is therefore an issue, especially if FHA or VA financing is involved. It's very difficult to say for sure what is your independent situation there. What does your agent say the reason is ? I'm sure that if the lien holder wants only cash to complete the short sale, they have a reason that can (or possibly should) be expressed to you.
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