Thank you for your new question.
The SBA will not get involved in the LLC disagreement. You would need to go to court I am afraid to get a court order to sell the property or if you default on the loan you can let them foreclose, but that is not the option you would really want, because that too would cost you getting an attorney to go to court. This means that you are not going to avoid the attorney representing the LLC as all of you disagree on what to do here and SBA will not agree to resolve your disagreement for you I am afraid they will make you resolve your dispute and if you want to sell they will tell you to put it up for sale.
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