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If the legal description on the mortgage is correct, it makes no difference how the common street , city, state address is shown. Also, it can be corrected simply by recording an amended mortgage document that is signed by both the lender and owner. In recent years, borrowers usually sign a document at closing which requires the borrower to cooperate in correcting typographical errors in the documents. If the legal description is correct and the county is stated correctly, you should have no problem selling or mortgaging the property in the future.
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