My husband and I are separated and own a home in BC that has been on the market for over a year. We recently took it off due to the terrible housing market. We have tenants in there now, but we're still paying almost $300 per month each to top up the payments. He wants to ride it out and wait until the market improves. I want to sell sooner rather than later, but not if it means losing money. My hands are tied in terms of purchasing a house where I am now. He refuses to buy me out, and I can't afford to nor do I want to buy him out. I've relocated to Manitoba, and have no intention of moving back to BC. He's in Ontario. What are my options?
Answer by Lorne N. MacLean
British Columbia lawyer
Posted about 2 years ago
Lorne N. MacLean Senior Partner Maclean Family Law Group Vancouver Office email@example.com
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