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Hi and thanks for asking your question. As long as your are using your trustee powers or attorney-in-fact powers for your mother's benefit, it would seem you could structure this in some fashion. You would essentially be the lender in the transaction between her and the buyer.
Your mother would be the seller, the buyer would purchase from your mother, and you would be the lender to the buyer. You could make the buyer signed loan documents - including a mortgage. In the event the buyer defaults on your loan, you would have the power to foreclose.