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I am considering the purchase of a condominium, and am not able to find any information on the tax deductibility of he real estate taxes paid through the condo association. Since these taxes are paid out of the owners' monthly maintenance payments, it would seem fair that the deduction be shared proportionately by the owners. Is this the case, or is the deduction lost because the taxes were paid by a non-profit association?

Thank you in advance to anyone taking the time to respond.

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