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You could, but you would have to make it very clear to the buyers as to what liens existed, etc. and you would want to do it in writing so they can't later claim fraud. You would need to get a local lawyer to draft all the paperwork for you (above all don't use forms for this) and you also need to let the lawyer look over the paperwork for the mortgage and home equity loan and make sure that this won't violate your agreements with them or cause them to accelerate the notes and claim it's all due and payable at once.
This was something people did right before the big crash in 2007-2008 and many got into trouble because they didn't let the buyers know that they had the loans on the property and then they wouldn't use the money to pay off the notes so it is extremely important that a full disclosure be done.
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