You may want to consider that you can avoid a large capital gain on the sale of whichever is your residence. For this you have to have lived in it for a period of time - 3 years, I think. Moving to the home with the large equity and capital gain may save big tax bucks. I presume that the home you are living in has a much smaller capital gain.An AARP tax advisor would be more definite about this than this amateur can.
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