It can be done, but it is extremely risky, and extremely expensive. It's not the way to buy property. If your credit is good enough to have high credit limits on multiple cards, then it's good enough to get a mortgage with an interest rate far far lower. And you aren't losing money right from the start.
Whatever that 'high limit' is on a card, figure about 50% of that for a cash advance. If you have a $50k charge limit, they might let you take an advance of $25k. And you will be given $24k, because they charge you a 4% fee for a cash advance. You've already lost $1,000 on that piece of property.
Unlike credit card purchases, where you have 20 days or so in which to pay the outstanding balance with no interest, cash advance accrue interest from the second you take the cash.
This is absolutely the WORST way to finance anything. Cash advances are for emergency cash, when you have no other choice, they are not for buying real estate.
I hope you're not thinking about buying property this way, with cash, and then declaring bankruptcy to get out of repaying the credit card debt and having the house exempted, as some types of bankruptcies will allow. People who thought they were smart have tried this, only to find out that there are people out there smarter than they are. While you might normally be allowed to exclude a house, they will look at the card debt and see what it is. And when they see that this debt was paid as cash advances, they will find out what the cash was used for. It will be pretty obvious from the timing of things. And that has 'fraud' stamped all over it. The house would be taken in the bankruptcy, at the very least.