It is simple. Don't put the pool in the listing. When an interested party inquires about the pool you can tell them at that time about the hole in the lining. If a buyer wants your house the pool liner is not going to matter and also, I would not offer to buy a new one or give them money back for them to do so. Buyers find plenty as it is to attempt to drive your price down and some of those things will be ones you cannot ignore. Radon testing is one big snag--keep your basement ventilated!... more
SUGGESTION: Why not lease a home or apartment till all is resolved. If you purchase a home while married could be involved in settlement and etc.
You need to contact a mortgage broker if you want to pursue purchasing a home determine how you can qualify all is based on credit score, debt ratio, employment history. You debt his could still be combined.... more