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Yes, you can remain in the house until the divorce is final or even after the divorce is final. There is nothing in divorce law that stops you living in the house even if you aren't yet married. But a divorce cannot be contingent on the sale of the house.
If the house does not sell before the a divorce decree is entered then you decree will have language saying what happens when the house is sold in the future.
Does that make sense?