I'm an established Longmont agent accepting listings. Give me a call and we can talk about what I can do in marketing your home. I'll provide you with a detailed analysis on your property and the comparable properties in your area. Please call 720 810 0683.
Look forward to speaking with you.
PML of Longmont
720 810 0683
The first thing you need to know to evaluate the situation is what is the house worth now - if it went on market now, in current condition, what is the value. There are several ways to get a market value, in Longmont - real estate agents are usually happy to send you information on recent sales so you can see for yourself what value might be, They answer those questions all the time, and would be happy to do an evaluation on price with little time/obligation on your part so I would start with that.
Once you know the value, then you can determine what is in your best interest and if you are even able to "purchase" the house under your 1st right. Also, just an FYI - if the house is listed as being under 1st right it may limit your showings and interested parties.
Ultimately, once you know value - if you wouldn't take that money and go purchase the house for yourself, you probably shouldn't purchase it just to hold on to it. Use the opportunity to start over and get something just for you that is perfect for your situation now.
So pick an agent in Longmont, of course I would be happy to help you. Feel free to drop me an email with address and house details and I'll be happy to advise.
Take Care - Good Luck!
Wright Kingdom Real Estate
It doesn't look like you finished your question here. Is the right of first refusal you seem to be mentioning to your benefit (or perhaps your ex-wife's). Do you want to keep the house or would you rather sell. Perhaps you can provide a little more information in an answer (comment) to this question?
Prudential Real Estate of the Rockies