You may want to reconsider selling. The reasoning:
*You will be paying insurance on it, even more if you try to rent it out yourself. If it's not kept rented, the higher insurance rate keeps right on agoin'.
* Your Lexington will be depreciating for another year. Even more with added miles and wear/tear of renters.
* If a renter causes body damage to the unit, it is down indefinitely for repairs. And where will you have to go to get it back.The result is lost income an a lot of grief.
* If a repair is necessary during a rental period, will the renter have it repaired properly and who pays for it? Their fault or it just happened?
* Proximity. Are you near enough to meet with renters, clean it after rental, and have it ready on a short turn-around?
* Do you have a means of checking references of a prospective renter?
* What is your personal liability if you rent to an individual that did not divulge information, that known, you would not have rented it. Example: allowing another driver not listed that was not qualified to drive. Disclaimers and conditions on the contract may not get you out of litigation.
* If your Lexington goes AWOL under a rental, it may be considered civil rather than criminal.
* Keeping your beauty rest. Do you want to stay awake at night thinking about the what ifs?
My fourth career after retiring was a Realtor. There were a lot of incidents where the owners were trying to get their property back from renters. It was a total nightmare when trying to sell a listing occupied by renters. There are a lot of really good people out there to rent to, but you will also be dealing with some of the same types I encountered.