Real property that you cannot sell is excluded from your resources as long as it cannot be sold because:
You own the property jointly with another owner(s) and:
It is the other owner(s) principal place of residence; and
The sale would cause undue hardship (due to loss of housing) to the other owner(s); or
Your reasonable efforts to sell have been unsuccessful.
Initially, we evaluate your reasonable but unsuccessful efforts to sell under a nine-month conditional benefits arrangement. After the nine months, the property is excluded as long as it cannot be sold and your efforts to sell continue.