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I will answer with the horrid response of "It depends" I don't know all the facts and I don't know what is better for you. But what I can say you can try a "shortsale" but consult with your lawyer first about the implications on your credit and the time it will take to have a shortsale. Another answer is ask an agent if he knows an investor who can assume your mortgage without going for that long process of "shortsale." You can find an investor who has experience with the process of lease option. Try to research and choose the best option.
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