you can escape the depreciation recapture on your rental property one way...move in and make the formerly rental property your principal residence for 2 yrsI disagree. Moving into the former rental property and making it your principal residence only allows you to exclude capital gain (up to $250K/$500K) realized on the sale. Depreciation taken (or allowed) since May of 1997 is still taxed, I believe at 25%.Lorenzo
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