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I would move in with the SO and rent out the condo. Do double check the rent control laws though and make sure that swapping tenants doesn't affect the rent more than you expect.
Keeping the condo for now allows you more flexibility in the future, and you've said you won't lose money by doing so. You'll be living close enough to manage it as a rental property yourself, and a single unit in a condo building really shouldn't take much of your time and attention as a landlord. You can still sell it in a couple of years when hopefully the economy will be more settled and you may have firmer plans for your forever home.
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