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This depends on what you are moving for. If you are attempting to sell the house it is most likely because you cannot afford the payments? If this is the case, renting can cause you some issues. You will still need to make the payments, and any type of repairs that need done.It can be rather difficult meeting your new bills, and attempt to handle the rest. It comes down to where you standy monetarily. If you can easily afford it, renting has benefits as well. It will help pay off the house, even though you cannot do anything with it because it is rented.Have you contacted the potential buyer? If you can come in with a counter offer, it may be to your advantage. You may be able to close the gap a bit. Either way, there will be no breaking even at this point. You still owe way too much on the house for that. The best thing to do is minimize your losses, with the least risk possible.Danny Mastershttp://www.movingestimates.com
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