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  5. We put our house on the market last month and got many showings and a good offer in 3 weeks. However, the buyer changed his mind when the home inspection revealed a defect, one that can fairly easily be remedied, and will be shortly. Perhaps the buyer had another reason for backing out, and this was his excuse. The agents were very puzzled. However. We are now faced with having to move out next week and leave the house empty. We could take the house off the market temporarily...put it back on in March...or I was thinking of another possible idea. First let me say that our home is quite unique....it is a large ranch with a separate one-bedroom apartment, connected to the house by a breezeway. The apartment is quite nice, new kitchen and bath, and has nice big windows and lots of light. It was built for the original owner’s mother, a perfect in law or nanny suite. The main house is very spacious (2700 sq ft) with lots of windows, and many nice extras, including an acre of wooded property, so a house that should sell easily...to the right buyer. This is an rather upscale area and the listing price is $600,000. We are moving only about 25 miles away and could come back for showings (or to check the house after an agent shows it). So I’m thinking instead of taking the house off the market completely perhaps we could leave the listing up and allow showings on only one, or maybe two days a week. We could manage a trip to tidy up before and check the house that often, but not more often, and not on short notice. Would a serious buyer, one who was looking for what we have to offer, be willing to accommodate our schedule? I am very uneasy having real estate agents w/clients come and go with no supervision. I will appreciate any opinions or advice on this. Thank you.
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    That's a tough one but didn't want to read and run. Is your husband likely to want custody of the kids. If you think there's no way he will want it you could take the risky strategy of moving out and leaving the kids as a way to force his hand. Other than that you have two options that I can see. One is to go to marriage counsellng and see if you can get him to accept that the marriage is over (some form of mediation is also good around custody issues etc so it could be a longer term investment in that way). Otherwise I think the best bet is to consult a solicitor from Law Firm Carr and get proper advice about this. I can't see that costing a huge amount, some solicitors offer the first half hour free anyway and I presume the legal situation is probably pretty straightfrward. As far as I know there's no way to force him out of the house though, sorry... The only other thing occurring to me is that you sell the house. Not the market for it I know but surely you'd realise enough cash to buy a decent-ish 3 or 4 bed? And it is a good market to be a buyer.
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