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  Due-On-Sale Clause Definition
Due-On-Sale Clause If your home loan has a due-on-sale clause, it means that your loan is non-assumable and when you sell your home or transfer your interest in the property, the buyer will not be able to take over your existing mortgage payments and the loan will need to be paid in full at closing.

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