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Would this be true, even if the new house was actually rented out for a year?

The 1031 exchange is based on intent.

If you could honestly say at this time "we have no plans to ever live in the new property" then you meet the intent rule. You can't, because you intend to use the property yourself, so the exhange isn't allowed.

- Megan
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