Really depends on the situation. I might let the other person have it or I might make them buy me out. Depends on whether I liked them or not.
Look to sell your share to the other party. If they can't afford to buy you outright upfront then maybe look at an ongoing payment schedule. Basically you they pay you a monthly installment (possibly with some interest) until you are paid out for your share. Then they take full possession of the title. Obviously get a good lawyer to write out such terms if that's what you decide to do.
make it work in my favour...monetary wise...i'd get advice on how to do that.
Sell my stake in it
I would fix it up and sell it
Charge others rent.
sell it how obvious is that
Not always that easy with inherited property, especially when you only get 50%. As I mentioned, it may be somebody she really cares about that has the other 50%. Now imagine this...you have a sister, 12 years older...and on social security. She can afford the property taxes, insurance and utilities, but nothing more. And, it is your childhood home. You CAN get a court to force the sale so you can get your part, but sis is going to end up in low income housing...subsidized housing. Maybe you don't care, if you don't love her...but what if you do love her? Could you just sell the house out from under her? Obviously this woman has a bit of a dilemma. Not going to be so easy to just sell it, I am guessing.
10 year option make a plan about it
Sale your portion first offer it to the other at fair market price if they cant afford it then it gets sold and you split the dough.
Sell my part of the property to the other owner.
Too bad for them unless they got cash..... im selling
Find out what the person(s) that own the other 50% want to do with it. If they want to live there, then sell it to them. If they can't afford it, and you care about them, then you have a dilemma.
Rent it out.