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I am sorry to hear about the situation.It is possible that the lender will not want to provide a mortgage because often the case is in the lender wants a clear title. They do not want to put themselves at risk in any way.But ift hey can be convinced that the house is not at risk, that there is sufficient insurance and that this cannot impede their collecting their money if you go into default there should not be a concern.
Does that help as a starting point?
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Will not be responsible for me to give her percentage but I was say that you have a very good chance at getting the mortgage.
Is there some reason that you cannot ask them?
Is there anything more I can help you with at this point in time?
That is an entirely separate question and I honestly don't know the answer to it.
I only answered your post because I knew the answer to your original question.
You will have to start a new post for this new question.