(that means that we'll buy your house, but only once our condo has sold)
as you can imagine... that makes your "offer" to buy, a far weaker offer... but if you can't afford to buy the house, without the sale of your condo (and quite honestly, most people can't manage to own two homes at once)... then it's the only way to go... other than selling your condo, prior to putting any offer in.
Put yourself in the shoes of a seller. Let's say somone makes an offer on your home contingent upon the sale of theirs. How would you feel?
I'[d put your home on the market, then go shopping. Negotiate a rent back so you are protected.
Good luck. I suggest strongly sitting down with your Realtor and developing a plan. You will be a stronger buyer and seller if you sell first, then buy. If it's a buyer's market you should be able to save more than you might "lose" in selling first.
If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact me or email me
By the way, I near Bayside 198 Street and 48 Ave (showing your home will be very easy).
Any other questions please let me know.