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2. WHY - legal issue outside of scope of Realtor's profession to render an opinion
3. If he is on title requires his signature at closing
4. Any net profit COULD be split between you both
I would be interested in assisting you list your home for sale HOWEVER if property in both of your names it would require you BOTH sign the listing agreement.
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Are both names on the deed? How about the mortgage? What "contract" did he have with you?
If you want to know how any of this affects you in a legal sense you will have to ask an attorney.
did you purchase the home in both your names ? If so he may be responsible, ask attorney.
, even to list the home for sale you may need his signature on listing agreement, It would be in his best interest to communicate with you and get the home listed, so both your credit would not get messed up.
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