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  • joe19
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    Originally posted by Tayken View Post
    Then make an offer to purchase the home when it is listed. Unless the order specifically bars you from making an offer on the home you can make an offer to purchase it to the listing agent.



    Furthermore, if you are not barred from the sale of the home entirely you can look at every offer coming in and beat them all by $500 and drive up the price. But, be prepared to pay for the home and secure a mortgage.



    If the home is listed in the market anyone can buy it. Nothing prevents you, if you have the resources to buy it, from buying it.


    Thanks kindly for the advise


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  • Tayken
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    Originally posted by joe19 View Post
    thanks for the advise
    her lawyer refuse my purchase because of equalization pmt payout
    i offer at appraise value



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    Then make an offer to purchase the home when it is listed. Unless the order specifically bars you from making an offer on the home you can make an offer to purchase it to the listing agent.

    Furthermore, if you are not barred from the sale of the home entirely you can look at every offer coming in and beat them all by $500 and drive up the price. But, be prepared to pay for the home and secure a mortgage.

    If the home is listed in the market anyone can buy it. Nothing prevents you, if you have the resources to buy it, from buying it.

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  • joe19
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    Originally posted by Berner_Faith View Post
    From you past posts it seems like this has been going on a while and you were advised to buy your ex out for fair market value, why didnít this happen? As it stands now you have an order to sell the house so thatís what you have to do. The only thing I canít comment on is the closing date being in July... if no offers come in by that time you obviously canít close by then. Unfortunately you have no choice. List the house or buy the house yourself for what itís worth, not what it was worth at separation


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    thanks for the advise
    her lawyer refuse my purchase because of equalization pmt payout
    i offer at appraise value



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  • Berner_Faith
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    Originally posted by joe19 View Post
    I just lost in motion
    Judge urder to force sale matrimonial home
    My argument for best interest of children especislly for grade 12 student is rejected
    The house is required to have closing End of July
    and i have to oay $3K for the loss to her lawyer
    Any advice and input?


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    From you past posts it seems like this has been going on a while and you were advised to buy your ex out for fair market value, why didnít this happen? As it stands now you have an order to sell the house so thatís what you have to do. The only thing I canít comment on is the closing date being in July... if no offers come in by that time you obviously canít close by then. Unfortunately you have no choice. List the house or buy the house yourself for what itís worth, not what it was worth at separation


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  • joe19
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    Loss in motion for matrimonial Home

    I just lost in motion
    Judge urder to force sale matrimonial home
    My argument for best interest of children especislly for grade 12 student is rejected
    The house is required to have closing End of July
    and i have to oay $3K for the loss to her lawyer
    Any advice and input?


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