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So, from a tax perspective, what am I looking at?

For a quick cut at things, the first $500k of gain is not taxable. If there's more than that, the rest is a long term capital gain.

If you're close to the $500k gain number, we can talk about what costs get included in calculating the gain. If you're well under that number, there's not much point to talking about it.

Your state might matter, if you care to mention it.

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