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Good morning, sorry to hear about your situation. The bot***** *****ne is that a buyer can force you to sell the property pursuant to and accepted contract. You don't have the right to unilaterally withdraw from the sale. Therefore, you must reach some monetary agreement with the buyer and obtain a mutual signed release. You will also have to deal with your real estate broker because there is a commission aspect to this issue. Whatever you negotiate must be concluded with a written agreement so that you can be sure that you are finally released from the contract.
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Your sale agreement could have been made subject to the successful purchase of another home. THere's nothing you can do about it now if that wasn't the case.