The other thing is if your condo is your primary residence,you don't have to pay cap gains taxes anyway if you live init for two years, up to $250,000, $500K if married filingjointly.Note that even if you did, you'd only pay cap gains taxes onprofit, which crudely means sale price minus sale fees/REcommissions minus your "basis", typically the price you paid.So, if you bought your condo for $250K, and sold it for $550K,only ($50K - RE commissions) would be subject to cap gains tax.(Naturally, std disclaimers apply, read relevant tax documents,etc.)--Foobarista
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