Does the Deed holder on a home have full ownership even if their name is not on the mortgage?

The grantee in the deed is the owner of the property. A person who does not own the property can agree to sign the mortgage and be responsible for paying for the property. That does not give them an ownership interest.

The grantee in the deed is the owner of the property. A person who does not own the property can agree to sign the mortgage and be responsible for paying for the property. That does not give them an ownership interest.

The grantee in the deed is the owner of the property. A person who does not own the property can agree to sign the mortgage and be responsible for paying for the property. That does not give them an ownership interest.

The grantee in the deed is the owner of the property. A person who does not own the property can agree to sign the mortgage and be responsible for paying for the property. That does not give them an ownership interest.

The grantee in the deed is the owner of the property. A person who does not own the property can agree to sign the mortgage and be responsible for paying for the property. That does not give them an ownership interest.