Assumable Mortgage

An assumable mortgage is a mortgage which can be transferred from a homeowner to a buyer which purchases their mortgaged home.

When a home buyer assumes an existing mortgage, they typically pay the seller the full amount of equity held in the property (with possible markups or discounts), and then assume responsibility for the remaining debt.

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