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No, since you aren't changing ownership entirely, just removing one party, that wouldn't affect the mortgage as that only would potentially kick in if there was a transfer to a completely new party with you no longer being an owner. But from a practical perspective, in 15 years of practicing real estate law, I have never seen a lender enforce the due on transfer clause even if it was to a completely new person as they only care about the payments being made by someone. The property still stands as collateral for the loan even if it was transferred to someone else entirely.
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No, there is no reason to do so..