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Your question is not exactly clear. I will interprete it as how do you transfer property that is encumbered by a mortgage.

You should seek legal advice before transferring your interest in any property that is subject to a mortgage. Generally, the boilerplate language in any mortgage document states that the full balance will become due upon any transfer of the property. You would be responsible for payment and if the mortgage is not paid the bank will take possession of the property. Also, even if the bank didn't know of the transfer immediately, if the new owner failed to pay the mortgage the full consequences would fall on you.

The bank approved you for the loan and you don't have the power to assign your approval to someone else. You should speak with a bank representative to see if the mortgage can be assumed by a new owner. At one time lenders allowed a subsequent buyer to execute an assumption agreement.
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