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Go softly with all of this as you both need somewhere to live and in an ideal world (which we do not live in) then it would be great if you could sell the house at a price you both think reasonable and both move on with your lives.
The chances are if you give him any indication that you are going to move back in after summer and maybe not be in a position to get a buyer and move out that he will beat you to it and move in with his girlfiend and you will be out of the house and out of the entire equity.
I know that this might sound rather devious and I suppose that it is but if he is the one who has moved on and got himself a new partner and was happy enough to rent that is his decision.
I maybe somewhat cynical but I doubt very much that the housing market will pick up for a very, very long time.
There is massive world debt and I do appreciate that Ireland is currently one of the countries the hardest hit.
Debt however is going the same way for every country even the ones who are the powerhouses of the world economy - the ones with the industry are the ones holding all the credit from the countries that cannot pay back.
You can''t squeeze blood out of a stone and if there are no buyers out there then how are you supposed to be able to sell?