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  1. There is a difference between the income tax on the property and the capital gains tax, taking into account that if the property is registered in its first name there is a tax of irs on 15% of the consideration (or 20… never closed on it hah…) that will be offset in the tax filing

  2. Thanks Ido for tagging. I do not quite understand why tax-free.
    When a property is recognized - there is a tax in the United States (federal and state)
    (Assuming it means a foreign investor), the 897 + 871 clause solves a capital gain in the hands of a foreign investor