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In addition to my previous comments:

Besides the qualified intermediary, you should get a lawyer, and get him/her involved before you submit or accept a realtor's standard Offer to Purchase (or whatever the form is called in your jurisdiction.) Otherwise the lawyer is going to make you re-do the whole thing to use the appropriate language for an exchange. And the other party(ies) you're dealing with should do the same, to make sure that everyone's interests are covered, not just from a tax point of view.

Bill
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