With this said, although I believe the market is slowly getting back to "normal", I do not believe that you are going to see a big rise in prices over the next year or so. Interest rates are possibly going to go up and some of the incentive are going to go away ($8000.00 tax credit on December 1st) which in turn will reduce the number of buyers.
Furthermore, houses are still selling in the area and as long as the property shows well and is priced correctly, there is no reason why it should not sell pretty close to the list price.
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I suggest that you talk with a financial planner and/or CPA regarding the tax implications and financial consequences. I was in your situation. In the long term we kept it many years, should have flipped it in a 1031 and bought a duplex.
IOW, never sell real estate. Leverage it to create a great retirement program.
I apologize for the unclear post. I've deleted it. Let me re-phrase it this way.
If you're interested in selling as a Lease-to-Own, I'm interested in buying. Please contact me if you're interested.