It appears that what you are attempting to do is pass the mortgage to someone else. You can certainly give your property away subject to any lien to any person willing to take the property. All you need to do is record a new deed at the county recorder of deeds.
However if there is a mortgage then all you are going to end up doing is defaulting on the mortgage. What you will need to do is find someone who will either purchase the house or pay off the mortgage. This could be your parents but the lien holder has to be satisfied one way or another.
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