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What are the consequences of putting your girlfriend on the deed?

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2005-09-14 15:01:11
2005-09-14 15:01:11

If the relationship ends then you will either have to sell the house and split any profit or buy her out of the mortgage.

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by putting yourself as seconde most important

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