Jenay is correct. Lenders are not allowing this kind of practice anymore - and they never should have!
If what you want is money for the repairs on the house you're buying, there are ways to do that. Loans can be structured so you get money to buy, and money to fix up, all in the same loan. HUD has an FHA 203k loan just for this. The house has to appraise now, for at least the purchase price, and there needs to be an "As Repaired Value" appraisal also. The repaired value must be at least as much as the total of the loan.
Note that you don't get this cash at closing. It is held in escrow, by the title company or the mortgage company. As the requested repairs are done, that contractor gets paid. If you do the repairs yourself, they'll pay you back for the material costs (won't pay the homeowner a labor fee). If there's money left over, it gets applied toward the principal of the loan.
If you really want to buy and repair, this will work for you. If you're looking for money to go to the Bahamas with..... sorry.
14 yrs San Antonio Realtor