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Billy Bob briefly considered and then rejected a deal because of the “obvious” undesirable (to the borrower) terms embedded in the assumable mortgage on the property. That undesirable nature of the mortgage was a direct function of two options exchanged at closing between a prior buyer of the property and the existing mortgage holder. What are those two options? Be precise. (Answer?)

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somit 09-05-2013
"The prior buyer got a modestly lower interest rate, in exchange for being locked out of prepaying the mortgage. (He gave the lender a PUT). But, he got an option to let a new buyer assume the mortgage, provided the new buyer passed a credit check with the mortgage holder. This was an older deal, from the early 2000’s. Source:http://in.docsity.com/en-docs/Appreciated_Property_-_Real_Estate_Investment_-_Solved_Exam_ "
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shamir_69 13-05-2013
Easily perceived or understood; clear, self-evident, or apparent  
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