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The property would be considered your separate properties since they were owned prior to marriage. You would be able to keep them. In general the property would remain yours. If you are continuing to make payments on the property after getting married it is possible you would need to compensate your wife for the appreciation of the property, attributable to the money put into the property after marriage.
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