That is a huge investment into a house you will not own for buyers that will probably take things down anyway or may pull out because of additional repair costs. Why put yourself through that?
If you still live on your property, you will have to accommodate your time to allow strangers to walk around your house view all your personal belongings just to see if they fit in your home. After all of that, the time it takes to review all offers, filter through potential buyers with credibility would take time, and time can be expensive the longer you stay in your home.
The unexpected closing costs, and if the buyer is unable to acquire funding upon closing, could set back your plans. Remember, if you are still on the title, you are still obligated to pay for the hydro, gas, electricity bill, mortgage payments, and any other costs that could restrict your cash flow whereby your money could be best utilized in reinvesting somewhere else.