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Further, negotiating a short sale on a straightforward, non-coerced and voluntary basis is not "going back on your word."

No one ever said differently.

The OP goes back and forth with his/her terms, the last post said "I'm thinking of walking away".

However, despite the term vacillation at no time did OP ever use the terms: "negotiate a short sale on a straightforward, non-coerced and voluntary basis." As you point out, a short sale is a private negotiation that is completely at the discretion of the note holder.
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