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Assuming a mortgage is not automatic. The mortgage instrument has to be "assumable". That is determined when the mortgage is taken out by the newest/first purchaser.
You will need to have the homeowner contact the lending holding the paper. The lender will then tell you if the mortgage can be assumed.
If the homeowner is in foreclosure/or in danger of losing the home and wants you to 'assume payments' you will need to be very careful. Assuming payments does not let the homeowner 'off the hook' as far as liability for the mortgage goes.
Find a property you would like to buy that has an assumable mortgage.
Get a copy of the loan papers (note) from the seller to see exactly
what the terms of the loan are.
Contact the lender that currently holds the loan and ask for an
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required to assume the loan.
Review the requirements for loan assumption.
Consider the difference between the loan amount you're assuming and the
selling price of the property.
Provide the lender with the required documentation
This is great information. In the future will there be an archive section where we can store our favorites?Or can we be able to email this post to our email address? I guess I could print this out if I had my expensive cartridges.