If there is any equity in the property, I would strongly advise NOT selling it while you're still in your Chapter 13 Plan, as any proceeds from the sale would likely end up going to your creditors. If you wait until after your discharge to sell, you will be much better off.
If you have no equity in the property and are trying to do a short sale, it will probably be okay, but like the previous poster mentioned, you DO need to inform the Trustee first and get a court order entered allowing you to sell the property. Also remember that you will need to file a Motion to Modify your Chapter 13 Plan if your mortgage payments were being paid through the Plan. Good luck!
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