Hi, mortsyn-- One thing you could do is look at a schedule E (and instructions)and see the various categories of expenses (but I suppose you've already done that). Another way of going about this might be to look at your own expenses on the property and then find a place for them somewhere on the schedule E. --Not much, but I hope it helps!--SirTas
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