Under the circumstances you describe, it might be to your benefit to make a list of all the needed renovations and show estimates for each project. Just give it to them right up front - along with the contractors' name and contact info. The buyers need to be able to project the cost of the house + repairs so that they know if the property is worth the total cost.
It is possible on some MLS services to list your home as active/backup (meaning you will accept backup offers) or active/first right (meaning your current buyers have a right of first refusal if another offer comes in). Unfortunately for your purposes, rights of first refusal usually cover contingencies like selling another home, not inspection, loan and other contingencies in the Colorado Contract to Buy and Sell Real Estate. These "due diligence" contingencies usually remain in the contract after the first right provision has been removed by the buyer. (And most buyers would not sign a contract in which they would have to remove due-diligence contingencies) As a result, insisting on a right of first refusal from the buyers of your home would generally not work.
But, even if you list your home as active/backup, you probably would see few, if any, showings. It has been my experience that agents hesitate about showing homes that probably will not be available to buyers. And sellers very often do not allow showings while their home is in active/backup because they are tired of having to keep the house in showing condition and/or they may already be packing. This is another reason why agents hesitate about even trying to show active/backup homes. They know most of their request to show these homes will be rebuffed anyway.
Sorry for the bad news.
Prudential Real Estate of the Rockies