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TRADED: Historic Northern New Mexico Adobe On A Hill with Majestic Views Santa F

a very small field of the view from backyard
Homes for trade Homes for trade
New Mexico > Los Luceros

We are all interested in helping others understand and feel confident in the trade process. I had contacted Amy last year... More Info
Will swap for: Residential
> We are open to all offers in places with climate of little snow. Prefer green and shady. In-town living in a moderately sized... More Info

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When swapping existing mortgages will be paid off at closing. Since property swap involves party A buying a property from party B party A's mortgage will be paid off from party B's proceeds, while party B's mortgage will be paid off from party A's proceeds. Because most transactions are financed actual funds are coming from the mortgage companies, plus equity that either party had, (if any).