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I would describe my superiors as "sympathetic" to my circumstances, but the first piece of advice I received was basically to try to sell the house. This is absolutely not financially feasible as the house was only just purchased. The loan fees have barely begun to be paid off, let alone the idea that there is not yet equity built up, etc. I do not assume that more action could be taken by them to assist me, or grant single-rate BAH for example, but I want to know answers before I take further action so that my credit is not destroyed.
Thank you. I would also appreciate direction as to exactly what regs you find, and any documentation you could recommend for me to prepare myself with as I make my case to my command for a solution.
Your direction is immensely appreciated. I will review all of this so that I may make an informed decision as to how to proceed. Thank you.
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