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posionivy18

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Mass.,Me and my ex-boyfriend bought home together. we have a child. i put a down payment on home. he moved out in august and is now trying to make me sell at a low price. the house has doubled in value. can i get my investment and half the equity? it is a bad situation, i was pressured into signing a "letter of intent" to sell, and in it my investment wasn't mentioned. he said he needed this letter to let the appraiser look at the house. i signed it and now his lawyer is telling me i have to sell at a price i feel is way too low. what are my options? he wants to buy out with less then my investment was.
 


HomeGuru

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Only agree to sell at fair market value as determined by a state licensed real estate appraiser.
Do not let his attorney push you around, do not sign anything or agree to anything. Get an attorney to level the playing field.
 

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