- Whether or not your name is on the deed / title;
- The laws in your state; and
- Whether you have a court approved agreement or court order to sell the home.
You should consult with your attorney to determine whether your husband can or can not sell the home without your written consent or agreement.
Allen Adams Realty
I would suggest you contact the agent who listed it and let them know you are not willing to sell. At least you will be letting the listing agent know there is a problem ahead should there be an offer and you are giving notice that you want to be contacted should there be an offer.
Effectively, this means that you are not bound to agree toa sale of the property at any price or under any circumstances, and your ex-husband would be unable to close with any buyer without your consent and signature.
p.s. if the realtor is in Ohio, the first thing you want to find out is if he/she is licensed in New York State; if not, the listing is completely invalid in addition to being unenforceable. you can use the link below to check the Realtors company or personal name to see if they are licensed in NY State.