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I own a condominium unit which I lease to a tenant. 2002 is the first year during which this unit has been a rental, instead of my primary residence. I believe that I understand the basis and depreciation calculations, but for one point. How do I allocate the purchase price and other factors in the basis between land (non-depreciable) and improvements? My property tax bill does not break out the portion of the taxes allocable to either.

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