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The divorce certainly makes any choices on a housing situation harder.I am not sure if the home if still in BOTH names? are you BOTH on the note? Even when you get divorced and IF the house was deeded to only you,if you are BOTH on the note,regardless of what the divorce decree ways you BOTH must file a short sale.This is crucial as you need to know if your soon to be X is on board with a short sale IF this is going to be your only choice.First confirm who is on the note.I have had sellers go through this and ONE party is unwilling to participate the short sale.That could determine your next step as you cannot do it if both are not on board.If you own it on your own,I would DO ALL I can to TRY and keep it.You say you do not have"the ability to rent",and I am not to clear what that really means.All homes will rent and bring in some return.If you mean it will not sustain itself,then could you ( or both of you if you are both on the note) cover the difference until you could sell and get out from under the home at a later date? I know this is a HUGE emotional drain.DO NOT make a further mistake with your credit or finances.TRY to keep as much in control in a situation that you have little control of. Let a Realtor give you an idea of the value,and the costs to close.Depending on how much is owed you can see what other choices there are.Maybe you can capture a lease purchase? Ask your Realtor based on activity in your area.I had MANY tenants/LP opportunites call me on my listings this year.MANY had 10% ddown and had no issue with the rent or purchase price ( usually because all they really wanted was a tenant situation and because of poor credit they had to use the some of that downpayment as a deposit to get a lease!) For you ,that doesnot matter,you can have some cash flow and even if they did NOT cover the entire rent monthly,they would pay it up front.So it really works out. Get informed,do not rush,and think long and hard.A short slae should be avoided at all costs,if you can.
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