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I think this really depends on where you are moving for your job. I moved from Kansas to California 6 years ago and my jaw literally dropped going from relatively well off to moderate poverty. The costs of living where you are right now are probably way better than either coast if that's where they want to move you. If you are moving locally, get some comps and sell if necessary. Make the new sale of your home contingent on the sale of your old home. You have many options but a short sale seems pretty unnecessary being that you are trying to possibly buy a home right away in another city. You won't even be able to unless you're buying with cash. Hope this helps!
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