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Robertuva, You can not obtain more than one FHA loan at a time, unless you can justify a "need" to move. In your scenario, Duplex's and 3-4 Units will likely require 20% down, unless you are in a state that has access to PMI on Multi-Family. Single Family Primary Residences are financeable up to 95% Loan-To-Value, unless you are in a state or area that is considered as "declining", in which case it will be lower. Again, you will need to make a case for the "need" to move, however it will be easier if you have rental income currently being reported on your 1040 tax returns. Second homes will also require a larger down payment. Bottom line to your ending question in your post - Single Family homes are the only type that are considered Single Family homes, even if you are going to occupy one of the units of a 2-4 plex property.Hope this helps.Jonathan
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