Yes, I would think that once the beer is finished, has been at FG for at least a couple of days, and is relatively clear that there wouldn't be any advantage to aging it in a fermenter vs a bottle or keg. Nothing "magical" is going to happen to condition the beer in the fermenter that wouldn't happen after packaging.
I wouldn't bottle a cloudy beer, as that would mean that more stuff would settle out in the bottle and I dislike tons of sediment in my bottle, but if the beer was clearing and finished, I don't see a disadvantage.
I normally package my beers at about day 10-14 routinely.
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