Most likely a Court will order its sale and will allow the two beneficiaries who want it to buy the interest of the other two. Consult a litigation lawyer in Michigan in the area where the house is, about what the requirements will be. Expect to have to pay for an appraisal and the Court costs.
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The court will likely order a sale so the two that do not want the property can be made whole.
Michigan law will govern the sale so get cracking to protect whatever side of this dispute you are on.