Divorced and Now Have to Sell My Home in Marriage & Divorce Posted June 25, 2018 · Report reply Never mind that the condo is almost certainly community property (you don't reveal the details of the purchase so we won't go into that) and therefore it would be rash indeed to assume that your husband wouldn't get a share of the proceeds from the sale. What makes you think he'd consent to your selling it for $100? Even assuming the sale goes through, the court is likely to recognize the undervaluation of the property as a bad faith effort to violate the spirit if not the letter of the court order, and sanction you accordingly. Furthermore, once you sell it, after closing it will be the property of the buyer and there is no legal way to force him or her to sell it back to you for the same price they bought it for, or even sell it to you at all. You may think you know this person well, but are you willing to take that risk? Any number of people could be advising your friend to hang on to the property, or at least earn a tidy profit on the resale. A condo for $100 is a mighty tempting prospect to anyone. This whole idea looks half-baked at best and very poorly thought out. I strongly recommend you discuss your options for the sale (or for renegotiating the section of the divorce settlement that requires the sale) with a local divorce lawyer.