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Any agreement that is made regarding real estate must be in writing in order to be legally enforceable. Also, most assumption agreements like this are contingent on the buyer being able to obtain financing, etc. Thus, if your buyer can't do this, the contract would likely be void because of the inability to finance the purchase.
Thus, there's probably not much hope in enforcing this agreement if it is not in writing.