As far as I know the answer would be no, But as Josh said you might want to call the city planning commission.
Basically,The pro is the home is brand new and never lived in.The con is there is no equity built into the pricing.Hope you find what your looking for.
You will definitely want to talk with an agent that specializes in commercial real estate.
I got a call about this property yesterday and I told them rentals are not my specialty but it looked to good to be true. I just checked and it looks like they took it down.
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Type the city in next to location and then click on the rentals tab.
A "zestimate" is an estimated value by Zillow of that property. For a more accurate estimate check with a local Realtor and ask for a comparative market analysis (CMA).
Check with some local lenders directly and let them know your sitution. Most lenders will require a 620 credit score.