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When you sell a stock, you owe taxes on your gain - the difference between what you paid for the stock and what you sold it for. The same holds true when selling a home (or a second home), but there are some special considerations.
In real estate, capital gains are based not on what you paid for the home, but on its adjusted cost basis. To calculate, follow these steps: