> ...What you have is two properties in one--a rental and > a second home. If it's something like a duplex, you divide > "whole property" expenses between the two.Thanks for the advise and for the speedy reply. I will look at IRS Pub 527.One thing bothers me about this. It is one place upstairs and another downstairs. However the locals specifically do not class it as a duplex because there is one set of meters (electricity, gas, water) and only one water heater. Wouldn't that keep me from treating it as a duplex? . Ed
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